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15 March 2018 - eBulletins

Publishing in 2018: Five things we’re talking about

Welcome to the March edition of the Publishing eBulletin. With London Book Fair fast approaching, we take this opportunity to give you a round-up of some of the key legal issues and developments that we’ve been talking about so far…

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15 March 2018 - News

The Student Lawyer: Q&A with Louis Huglin

One of our Film, TV & Theatre specialists, Louis Huglin, spoke to The Student Lawyer about why he chose a career in the law; his experiences of the training contract process; and his day-to-day responsibilities as an associate at Harbottle…

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13 March 2018 - News

Data breach training sessions

Our specialist data and privacy litigators are offering training for clients on 'Responding to data breaches: legal obligations, risks and reputation.' 

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12 March 2018 - News

FT: Hedge of reason

Our Real Estate specialists, Melanie Benson and Jonathan Hewitt, share their top tips on how to deal with nosy neighbours and privacy in an article for the Financial Times (FT).

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08 March 2018 - News

Seyfarth Shaw: UK reveals its future approach to trade secrets

In light of a recent UK government consultation, one of our Intellectual Property partners Jeremy Morton, shares his views on trade secrets in a blog for Seyfarth Shaw.

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07 March 2018 - eBulletins

Retail & Fashion eBulletin: Equal pay, data protection, Christian Louboutin and when to get funding

Our latest Retail & Fashion eBulletin focuses on Louboutin's ongoing trade mark battle, Morrisons data breach, equal pay and when is the best time for early stage start-ups to get funding.

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