Category: Brexit

EU fines Google and helps fellow member states !

As the UK stalls and splutters its way to even more chaos – the European Commission today fined Google €1.49 billion for breaching EU antitrust rules. The EU claims that Google has abused its market dominance by imposing a number of restrictive clauses in contracts with third-party websites which prevented Google’s rivals from placing their search adverts on these websites. Expect more litigation news on this…….Please also reach out if you have any news or stories concerning Google and how its advertising has affected your business

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Brexit, trade marks and issues to consider (part 1)

29th of March is a monumental day in history for many reasons, for starters on this date in 363 Roman Emperor Julian defeated the Sasanian army in the Battle of Ctesiphon, in 1999 the Discovery Space Shuttle completed its first docking with the International Space Station and this year, 2019, the UK will leave the EU. Whilst trade marks were not in the minds of Roman Emperor Julian and the astronauts in the International Space Station they are on our mind at Lawdit.

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