On 30 March 2017, the day after triggering Brexit, the government published its white paper setting out the details of its proposed Great Repeal Bill.
Just when we became comfortable with the law on religious symbols when it comes to the workplace dress code, along comes a curve ball from the European Court seemingly, sparking headlines such as “Employers can ban Muslim headscarves”.
The Safe Harbour agreement, which allows the transatlantic sharing of data, has recently been ruled illegal by the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
Following the landmark case of Lock vs British Gas, Easyjet has become the first airline to pay cabin crew their holiday entitlement – including any commission.
Rubik's Brand has been of many firms suing the European Court for delays – complaining that pirate cubes were continuing to be sold. Chartered patent attorney Thomas Prock explains why the legal system isn't an impediment to protecting innovations and which is the best strategy to adopt in preparation.
One year after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that people could ask Google to remove links in search results for their name, the tech giant has become increasingly unhappy. Meanwhile, everyone is pondering how broadly the new European right should apply.