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If you are setting up an online business we can advise you on the legal requirements for the information to be contained on your site, as well as the all important terms and conditions for its use, content licensing, privacy policies, and hosting arrangements.

We also can assist you with software licensing, maintenance and support and source code escrow agreements.

We are also very familiar with licensing and transfer of know how, trademarks, patents and other intellectual property rights.

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Tribunal rules that vegetarianism is not protected by discrimination law

03/10/2019
Tribunal rules that vegetarianism is not protected by discrimination law
An employment tribunal has recently ruled that vegetarianism is not a protected characteristic for the purpose of UK discrimination law and a claim brought in the employment tribunal has been...
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