Monthly Archives: April 2012

All I know about Twitter in 15 minutes

Many thanks for reading this Blog.  My name is Chris Allen and I am the Managing Partner of Blacks Solicitors LLP. I recently did a short presentation on how I have been using Twitter and by clicking on this link  … Continue reading

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Foreign Owners and Transfer Windows – Saddle up…it aint Football

Equestrian sport’s version of the transfer window shut at the end of December, but the results are only fully apparent now. Many people are not aware that few top riders own the horses they compete on. Instead they ride and … Continue reading

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See You In Court

It is not uncommon for businesses to spend substantial sums on marketing, but there are dangers involved in using a marketing campaign which aggressively targets a competitor by reference to its trade marks. Businesses should be aware that the Courts … Continue reading

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New Recipe for Cookies!

The change in the law on “Cookies” “Cookies” allow a website to recognise a user’s device (i.e. PC, tablet, laptop or phone), applying user preferences and working in the background to enhance usability. This generally involves the website storing personal … Continue reading

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Ambulance Chasing: A free for all?

It is a jungle out there and the prey is the person who has had an accident. This is regrettable to say the least. A lot can happen after an accident and in a series of blogs we will develop … Continue reading

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Ambush Marketing – An Olympic Guide

To the everyday sports fan the term “ambush marketing” is more than likely an alien concept. However, to an internationally recognised brand who has just spent millions of pounds tying down an official sponsorship deal for this summer’s Olympic Games … Continue reading

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