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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 29, 2021
How to trademark a name for your business in the UK

Your company name is the verbal and aural identifier for your business. If a customer wants to recommend your goods or services, they will do so by...


Intellectual Property
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 16, 2021
Celebrating Women’s Entrepreneurship Day 2021

International Women’s Entrepreneurship Day will be celebrated on November 19th 2021.  Organised by the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day Organisation (W...


Women In Business
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 08, 2021
Can I Claim A Contract Has Been Frustrated?

As a general rule, if the performance of a contract becomes difficult or impossible the non-performing party is liable for damages. The doctrine of...


Startups
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 08, 2021
Understanding Force Majeure Clauses

What is a force majeure clause? A force majeure clause is one that alters the parties’ obligations and/or liabilities under a contract, if an unfor...


Startups
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 08, 2021
What Should I Do If I Cannot Fulfil My Contractual Obligations?

Between the energy crisis, Brexit, Covid 19 pandemic-related delays and the lorry driver shortages, many SMEs are finding it difficult to fulfil th...


Startups
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 08, 2021
Who Needs a Data Representative in the EU for GDPR Compliance?

Obtaining a GDPR Data Representative in the EU for GDPR compliance is an important consideration that you, as a business owner, must think about.  ...


Gdpr
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 01, 2021
Distinctiveness And Descriptiveness When Applying For a Trademark

Applying for a trademark can be a minefield for SME owners unfamiliar with the process. That is why it is essential to instruct a Trademark Solicit...


Intellectual Property
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 01, 2021
What SMEs Need To Know About Geographical Indicators

The term geographical indicator (GI) is not commonly known; however, if you have ever heard of champagne (of course you have), the Cornish pasty, o...


Intellectual Property
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