Matt Hancock’s leaked Whatsapps about the Covid-19 pandemic are not a subject for a data breach investigation “at this stage”, a top regulator has said.
US Supreme Court justices sounded wary on Tuesday of tinkering with a legal shield for social media firms in a case that could reshape the internet.
An artist who made and sold digital images of Birkin handbags covered in fur violated trademark rights, a Manhattan court has concluded.
With the increased threat of industrial strike action looming across the UK, we consider whether a force majeure clause can strike the right chord during such action.
While world leaders convene in Egypt for Cop 27 to discuss progress on The Paris Agreement, the legally binding international treaty on climate change adopted in 2016, it is easy to think the green agenda is something remote from day-to-day business for UK SME owners.
The Court of Appeal has clarified an important aspect of trade mark law in the latest round of Lidl v Tesco, in a judgement handed down by the court this morning.
Millions of Amazon customers could receive a share of £900 million in compensation after the launch of a legal claim against the internet retailer for “abusing its dominant position”.
A catalogue retailer has been issued with a huge fine for using customers’ shopping habits to try to predict their health problems and then bombarding them with aggressive calls to sell related medical products.
Ed Sheeran has found himself at the centre of a second copyright lawsuit for his hit ‘Thinking Out Loud’ just six months after he was cleared for copying ‘Shape of You’ back in April.
Lawyers and litigation funders have hit back at EU plans to regulate the third-party litigation financing industry in claiming new rules could limit access to justice.