Beginners Guide: to Intellectual Property

December 22, 2016
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Intellectual property (often abbreviated ‘IP’) is a term that is used to describe a wide range of types of property. IP rights may be said to be ‘intangible’ in the sense that they do not constitute physical assets but nonetheless their importance to companies, whether small or large, cannot be underestimated.

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What Type of Company Should I Set Up?

December 14, 2016
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When setting up a company, there are three primary models to choose from, most notably that of a sole trader, a limited liability company or a partnership

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Bitter Reflex as Duran Duran lose Court case

December 12, 2016
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Duran Duran have lost their UK action to reclaim the US copyright in the songs comprising their first 3 albums.

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Company Registration in England and Scotland

December 7, 2016
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From time to time we are asked whether the law in Scotland for registering a company is different than the law in England.

The short answer is ‘not really’, though after a company is formed there are important differences which govern how it operates.

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What’s the key to creating a healthy working environment?

December 2, 2016
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The physical, emotional and mental health of people within an environment is paramount in ensuring that it works efficiently. A healthy company generally functions well and shows regard for its employees, and it’s likely to retain those workers and get the most out of them to reap the rewards in terms of productivity.

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