Category: Data Protection

Submarine trade marks

When it sinks down to it a trade mark is an indicator of a good or service. Once registered a trade mark becomes a valuable right as it provides the owner with a monopoly to use the trade mark and prevent others from using the same mark.

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Louis Vuitton launches Blockchain

PYD has a blockchain vision and now a breakthrough for Louis Vuitton owner LVMH. The preparation of blockchain and its ability to authenticate some of its high-priced goods is being launched by LVMH who own the brands Luis Vuitton and Christian Dior. The development of www.protectyourdesign.com came from a business development meeting in our Lawdit Solicitors office. We considered how we can control, log and protect the unregistered rights of our clients work. This ended up with a focus on blockchain like many other businesses.

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Copyright Within China: A 2018 Review of Copyright Registrations

In 2018, China not only changed the name of its main intellectual property institution, the National Intellectual Property Administration of China (formerly SIPO (Shanghai Intellectual Property Office)), but it saw an increase in the registration of intellectual property. This indicates an increase in the recognition of how important intellectual property rights are, particularly copyright rights.

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Don’t mess with Ole Gunnar Solskjær

The babyfaced assassin is not only working miracles at the Theatre of Dreams but his moral compass is unquestionable as he threatens to use the betting company Paddy Power for using an image to pass off their services without his permission. Meanwhile…..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8fyjm5yifM

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Data Protection

Data protection is a legal minefield thanks to the huge amount of laws and regulations that govern this field. These include Data Protection Act 1998,

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