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The Law Society has today finalised membership of its new Board by appointing two solicitors not already on its governing Council, together with two lay members.
We have produced a joint position paper summarising the key priorities and recommendations for the government to consider in relation to Intellectual Property and Brexit.
There are many excellent reasons to choose the UK for the protection, exploitation and enforcement of intellectual property.
The Law Society has again called for explicit statutory protection for legal professional privilege in its evidence to the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill Joint Committee.
The Metropolitan Police are distributing posters to businesses with information on how to avoid and report fraud attempts.
The Law Society's Intellectual Property Working Party is pleased to welcome Baroness Neville-Rolfe as the new intellectual property minister.
The Law Commission has released a report that confirms the Law Society's Intellectual Property Working Party's (IPWP) long-held conviction that fundamental reform is required in the area of groundless threats in intellectual property (IP) law.
The Law Society is warning firms to be vigilant after it was discovered solicitors were receiving scam (phishing) emails from an account claiming to be the Law Society.
Cyber attacks are a threat to all businesses today and law firms are particularly attractive sources of information. Download a new guide and register for forthcoming events.
In response to the Law Society's lobbying , the chancellor of the high court has indicated that judges will permit solicitors to appear in the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court.
This half-day conference will identify the key developments in data protection law since 25 May including further guidance from the ICO.
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The Intellectual Property Law Committee is part of the Legal Affairs and Policy Board.It assists with the formation of the Law Society's policy and advice on legal and technical developments.
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