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Trade Marks

Registering a trade mark application

A trade mark can be thought of as a company’s corporate fingerprint.  Often, it is a logo, or a name that legally belongs to the company it is registered to.  Similar to a fingerprint, a trade mark is unique to its owner and differentiates the goods and services from those of other...

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Copyright Law

Copyright laws and how they apply to pubs

It is an everyday routine to turn the TV or radio on at home, particularly when your favourite sports team are about to play. However, doing the same thing at a pub or your local social club could spell trouble for the owners. With strict copyright laws in place, publicans are required to have a...

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Copyright Law

How is digital signage affected by copyright law?

Digital signage is a great way to attract people to your business. It is a great promotional or information tool but it is vital that it is used correctly to avoid getting into hot water. As many people in charge of setting up digital signage displays are not skilled graphic designers or...

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