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31 October 2019

Essentials for drafting online consumer terms and conditions

If you are a trader selling to consumers online, whether that is through a web-based platform or a mobile app, it is important that you understand and comply with relevant consumer protection laws. Eager to launch, many traders fail to satisfy the key legal requirements of fairness and transparency in their online consumer terms despite serious consequences for non-compliance.

Andrew Solomon

25 October 2019

Shanks v Unilever: What does this mean for employers’ intellectual property rights?

After a 13 year legal battle, the Supreme Court has awarded £2m in compensation to a professor for an invention he created during his employment, nearly forty years ago. This ruling poses the question; will Shanks v Unilever open the floodgates to future compensation claims from disgruntled employees?

James Fulforth

11 September 2019

Security tokens: a new class of crypto assets

Security tokens are a digital representation of ownership rights in real world assets (such as property or shares) and have captured the curiosity of entrepreneurs, startups and investors. This blog summarises the potential benefits and pitfalls of security tokens and is part of our wider crypto assets blog.

Andrew Solomon

17 April 2019

Doing well in the crypto-currency market? Make sure you don’t die rich!

Whether you are in the market for short-term profit or making long-term investments, adequate planning is certainly a worthwhile (and small) investment of your time and money. If you’ve been savyy enough to successfully invest in crypto-assets, make sure you are smart enough to ensure your loved ones can benefit, should the worst happen.

James Ward

9 January 2019

E-signatures: is the law catching up with technology?

Trust is the cornerstone of commercial activity and can be enhanced in the online world by the use of e-signatures and trust services. In this blog we review the different types of e-signature and consider their legal validity and security for executing contracts and deeds.

Alexander Torpey

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