Fashion chain Superdry is suing their rival and one of their former employees, after alleging they breached copyright laws over the design of a black padded jacket from its winter range.
All organisations with more than 50 employees should be forced to publish details of what they pay their male and female workers, it has been suggested.
Proposed legislation presented to Parliament this week will stop large organisations placing unfair contractual restrictions on smaller suppliers.
Directors who allow companies to go insolvent to avoid paying workers and pensions will now face harsh sanctions, the Insolvency Service has announced.
A new report published by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) has recommended that the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) team up with other organisations in its efforts to crack down on the rising threat of organised crime and illicit trade.
Formula One’s (F1) recently redesigned logo might have to be dropped amid concerns that it bears a striking resemblance to a trade mark already registered by stationary giant 3M, it has emerged.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) consider data loss, breaches or misuse to be the number one potential threat they face this year, a new study suggests.
A controversial vlogger who claims his YouTube channel was shut down without warning has become caught up in a copyright dispute with the BBC.
A new study carried out by accountancy firm EY has found that 83 deals valued at £12 billion were conducted in the financial services sector in the first half of this year.
New copyright regulations proposed by the European Union (EU) could see user-generated online content, such as memes, ‘disappear’ from the internet, campaign groups have warned.
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