Laytons' corporate team are proud to have advised BVA S.A.S. on its recent cross-border acquisition of BDRC Group Limited.
The Disputes Team at Laytons is pleased to announce the successful outcome to an arbitration for a European client against a major steel producer.
Whether the law still remains fit for purpose 10 years on is something the Law Commission is currently considering as part of a wholescale review of surrogacy law. Whilst most surrogacy arrangements are successful, there remains the occasional case when it can go wrong.
Associate Partner, Nicola Wilburn Shaw has been featured in the Manchester Evening News following the start of new BBC drama, The Split featuring divorce lawyers, courtroom battles and big money settlements.
It seems Dr Dre took a chronic dislike to the prospect of Dr Drai securing a registered trademark for his phonetically similar trading name on grounds that it would cause confusion.
Dulwich Hamlet Football Club is fighting a battle to continue to play football at its Champion Hill ground, but it cannot have expected to face a fight to use its 125-year-old name.
The recent proliferation of ‘crypto-opportunities’ and schemes to fund Bitcoin mining operations, all beg the question of the extent to which such creditably imaginative schemes are regulated by the FSMA financial promotion restrictions.