The received wisdom is that company directors can escape liability by sheltering behind the “corporate veil”. But is this true in IP cases?
The Greenshoots Podcast by Appleyard Lees – episode 16: the entrepreneurial journey of Mags Walker, founder of the fabl and Toolally.
Serial entrepreneur Mags Walker joins Appleyard Lees partner and solicitor Chris Hoole to talk about
The Greenshoots Podcast by Appleyard Lees, Episode 14: patent disputes and the challenges presented by the latest EPO guidance change
Join us for the first episode in season two of The Greenshoots Podcast by Appleyard
Appleyard Lees acted for the operator of an ecommerce website which successfully defended a High Court claim for trade mark infringement brought by its international suppliers, in one of the first trials held in the Intellectual Property & Enterprise Court remotely during the Coronavirus pandemic. The client recovered its legal costs in full up to the IPEC costs cap.
This article explains how court proceedings in England and Wales can be conducted digitally and considers how the pandemic may result in permanent changes to working practices going forwards.
Small ready meal delivery business reigns triumphant at the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) after one of the Court’s first virtual trials
Summary A small healthy ready meal delivery business Fit Kitchen Limited (FKL) saw victory at