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Webinar: Building an Outstanding Online Brand – Watch Part 1

February 1, 2011

In this Webinar, Shireen Smith covers what’s involved when creating an outstanding online brand, so that you can get to grips with the issues before you commission your website.

The first part of the webinar is available as...

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Open Source Software and Business Implications

February 1, 2011

Open source software (OSS) is defined by Wikipedia as:

Computer software that is available in source code form for which the source code and certain other rights normally reserved for copyright holders are provided under a...

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Trademark registration – White label virtual department

February 3, 2011

As explained in this press release we saw a need to offer a ‘virtual trade mark registration’ service for law firms due to the SRA Conduct Rules 8 and 9 (which prohibit fee sharing with non lawyers...

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Press And Media Premier League loses first round over cheaper TV football

February 8, 2011

The Premier League is the world’s most watched and most lucrative football league in terms of revenue.  So, revenue from television rights is vitally important to it.

The Football Association Premier League ltd. (FAPL)...

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Yoga and Copyright – Stretching Boundaries

February 15, 2011

Yoga is an increasingly popular form of exercise involving the performing of a series of postures for health benefits. These postures named asanas originate thousands of years ago from India. But, as within religion, different...

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Press Release: Azrights creates UK’s first virtual Trade Mark service for law firms

February 17, 2011

In a UK first, Azrights Solicitors has developed a ‘virtual’ trade mark registration service for use by other law firms.

For a small fee, law firms can sign up for a ‘white label’ trade mark registration...

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Groupon: A way to Market Your Business? But Not For Legal Services
February 21, 2011

You may have heard of voucher websites such as vouchercodes.co.uk or other offer-based sites. One such business that is causing a buzz is Groupon.

What is Groupon?
Groupon is a voucher website with a difference. It is...

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What Business Can Learn From The Role of Social Media in the Egyptian Revolution

February 22, 2011

Since the outbreak of the Egyptian revolution on January 25th of this year there has been speculation concerning the role social media played in causing the revolution.

Once again social media seems to have a huge impact on...

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Is My Domain Name a Trademark and Should I File a Trademark Application to Protect It?

February 28, 2011

In deciding whether to file a trademark application to protect your domain name, the first step is to determine whether you use your domain name as a trademark. If your domain name is only used as the Uniform Resource...

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How to Identify a Website Operator or Host
March 3, 2011

While a single person can design, host, and administer a website, there are often a whole host of people responsible for any given piece of content on the internet: firstly, there is the actual author of the material;...

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Webinar: Controlling Copyright in the Cloud – 4pm 26th May 2011

March 7, 2011

Shireen Smith and Stefano Debolini will be speaking on the subject of copyright enforcement online.  The talk will cover modern approaches to dealing with the unique difficulties presented when copyright material is made...

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Twitter names and trade marks

March 11, 2011

How safe is your twitter account username? Today I discovered that Twitter transferred the account #girlgeeks to the trade mark owner of the name even though the latter had only registered a logo mark incorporating...

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