Company, Consumer, and Contract

Credit arrangements with clients: Here be dragons

Firms seeking to be creative about funding options for individual clients, including time to pay, may face a significant regulatory risk, warn Francesca Kaye and Ellio

Mind the Gap: 
Unused trade marks

George Sevier looks at a recent judgment in which the famous GAP brand succeeded in opposing a third party's trade mar

The latest statutory 
register requirements

Debbie King reviews what your clients should do now to ensure they comply with the law on maintaining a register of people with significant control in

‘Unscrupulous and illegal’ behaviour to rise following removal of litigation funds

One in three insolvency claims won't proceed following LASPO change, surve

What is the next Big Thing for Big Law?

In part one of a two-part series, Chrissie Lightfoot analyses the technologies that will disrupt the legal sector in tsunami-like style within the next fe

The trade mark 
David versus Goliath

The negative publicity that results from trade mark giants seeking to enforce their rights against small traders should serve as a warning for the big guys, says Be

Aftershocks of commercial contract changes

Mark Lucas reviews some recent developments in relation to the law on penalties, the interpretation of contracts, and implie