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As we mull over the prospect of leaving the EU, stability seems a distant memory. Thankfully, one thing you can rely on in times of uncertainty is our monthly in-house news vlog. Produced in association with Radius Law, it covers all the latest developments
and cases that in-house lawyers need to know about, including – unsurprisingly – Brexit.
Here’s a summary of what’s covered this month:
Corporate & Commercial – tune in from 0:20
Data security – tune in from 3:57
Employment – tune in from 5:18
Intellectual Property – tune in from 9:24
In England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Ltd v Tixdaq, the Court ruled that the defendant’s use of eight-second video clips was an infringement of the ECB’s copyright. There could be no defence of fair dealing.
Consumer – tune in from 10:14
Competition – tune in from 11:00
Bribery & Corruption – tune in from 12:23
Recent cases highlight incidents of slavery happening in the UK. Companies must be vigilant of these risks when engaging third-party companies.
LexisNexis In-house subscribers can delve further into all of these news articles.
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