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IP in websites

by evolvedlegal on March 20, 2013

Intellectual property is the collective term for the way in which ideas are expressed. These ideas are protected from being copied by way of intellectual property by falling into certain categories such as copyright, trademarks, patents and design rights. There are a number of intellectual property rights identifiable on websites. For example, any logos are […]

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Why employers need to take IP issues seriously

by evolvedlegal on July 29, 2012

Employing staff and employment law generally can be extremely difficult for employers to get their heads around, with the morass of employment legislation out there. It is understandable that many small employers tend to focus on the issues of possible unfair dismissal claims or discrimination, which are big risks to their business, both in legal […]

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Personal data and fraud scams

by evolvedlegal on May 4, 2012

It’s always worth remembering that personal data is a huge part of IP, just as much as copyright, passing off or trademark rights. In fact many would say that privacy rights and data protection are even more important. In the internet age, whether we realise it or remember it, a huge amount of data on […]

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Protect your IP from cyber threats

by evolvedlegal on May 4, 2012

Research carried out by InfoSecurity 2012 has shown that one in seven companies over the past year have been victims of cyber attacks and this hacking trend is, quite literally, costing the UK billions. These statistics are the highest ever recorded since the 1990s when monitoring first began. The average cost of the worst kind […]

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