IPO guide aims to dispel Brexit fears
The UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has issued guidance which it hopes will dispel some of the myths surrounding intellectual property (IP) laws following the country’s exit from the EU in 2019.
Carey in contention for prestigious award
We are delighted that one of our Partners, Carey Jacobs, has been shortlisted for a prestigious award which celebrates excellence in standards of customer service.
Following the scandal of sexual harassment allegations involving movie mogul, Harvey Weinstein, many other victims of sexual assault and harassment in the workplace have come forward to reveal their own stories of abuse.
We were delighted to be named as the winner of the Customer Service category at the Thames Gateway Business Awards at a glittering ceremony at the East Wintergarden in the heart of London’s Canary Wharf on Friday 27 October.
Four months after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the largest health and safety review in the UK since 1945 is underway.
A new range of ready meals has allegedly landed a supermarket in hot water, after claims that it may have breached a diet company’s intellectual property (IP) rights.
The High Court has ruled that an employer did not breach a worker’s privacy rights after accessing personal information sent by email from an office computer.
At Palmers, we understand the value of building a solid circle of professional contacts, which is why we are pleased to host a series of networking breakfasts for Basildon business professionals.
We are delighted that our firm has been recognised for our commitment to client service, after being named as a finalist in the Thames Gateway Awards 2017.
A recent court case has clarified employees’ rights – or lack of – when it comes to using an office computer for personal correspondence.