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Planning for Brexit – The risks to commercial contracts and what to do about them

0 Business, Consumer Law, Employment, Intellectual Property

It’s difficult to write a blog post about the implications for commercial contracts after Brexit because at this stage no one knows what Brexit is going to look like. However, working on the theory that a no-deal is looking increasingly likely, this blog post is going to be the first of a series outlining some […]

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Business pop-up cafe in Selby

0 Business, Consumer Law, Intellectual Property

On Monday 21 September Morton Legal’s very own Alex Weston will be attending the Selby pop-up business café.  Alex specialises in commercial contracts, intellectual property, software and IT contracts and e-commence so why not ask her how the new Consumer Rights Act will affect your business? Alex will be joined by a host of other business […]

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CONSUMER RIGHTS ACT 2015 – THE BIGGEST CHANGE IN CONSUMER LAW IN DECADES

0 Consumer Law

Any business which deals with consumers needs to be aware of the changes to the law which are coming into force on 1st October 2015.  The Consumer Rights Act 2015 (Act) brings in some key changes to consumer protection legislation and also consolidates the law in one statute.  The hope is that it will make […]

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Adwords battle continues

0 Intellectual Property

We’re all familiar with sponsored links on Google and other search engines. But what happens if a business buys your trade mark as a keyword (or Adword) and that results in their sponsored link being displayed higher in the results than your website?  Is there anything you can do to stop them using your trade […]

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Contracts with Consumers – New rules from 13 June 2014

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If you deal with consumers then you need to be aware of the changes to the law which come into effect one month from today on 13 June 2014. The Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 replace the Distance Selling Regulations and the Doorstep Selling Regulations and apply to contracts formed at a distance (usually online, mail […]

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Contracts with Consumers – New rules from 13 June 2014

0 Uncategorised

If you deal with consumers then you need to be aware of the changes to the law which come into effect one month from today on 13 June 2014. The Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 replace the Distance Selling Regulations and the Doorstep Selling Regulations and apply to contracts formed at a distance (usually online, mail order, […]

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