Following a CJEU order, the EU intellectual property office (EUIPO) needs to revisit a 16-year-old decision on the shape of KitKat bars.
Following Brexit, UK companies are being forced to pay extra to keep employees from deserting, according to an immigration law firm's research.
Divorce by lawbot? New survey says 70 per cent of consumers would be happy to consult a 'lawbot', while law firms worry about digital impacts.
A new initiative to promote and educate the UK public on legal issues announced as 'Justice Week' invites proposals for events and campaigns.
The European Commission has sent warnings to 17 EU countries for failing to implement cybersecurity law, after missing a May 9 deadline.
Alternative business structure licences to be granted to legal executives, opening up regulatory competition, more diverse opportunities.
In a swift move initiated last month, Ince & Co has cut 32 staff and is to sublet office space as it implements 'agile working.'
As the World Cup comes home from Russia, France closes office in Moscow following 'illegal arrest' of funds and blocking of French law.
The Law Society has set up the first of three evidence sessions to explore the use of algorithms in UK.
Farming set for biggest legal shake-up in decades as common agricultural policy (CAP) requirements to end.