Our client’s article in The Times analysed how the government’s proposed reforms to Companies House to “clamp down” on money laundering are unlikely to achieve very much and may end up helping the launderers.
In this article in City AM, our client examines how the UK’s legal and financial establishment views the rapid and lucrative growth of companies in the legal cannabis sector. This comes as the Financial Conduct Authority is now contemplating how to manage a listing of one such company on the London Stock Exchange.
The hydrogen economy is growing rapidly as it is being proposed as a key low-carbon fuel alternative. In this article our client examines how and why it is important for cutting edge energy companies to actively protect their technology via patent and intellectual property and also remain attractive to investors in the development and commercialisation […]
Our client’s article in Automotive World provides an overview of the recent developments in Nokia’s patent pool dispute against Daimler over use of 4G connected car technology. The impact in the global motor industry has been demonstrated by Daimler’s immediate announcement that it does not accept the ruling and will file an appeal.
Brackenbury managing director Paul Jaffa has been quoted in Arab News by their legendary business editor Frank Kane in an article on the normalisation of relations between Israel and Bahrain. You can find this highly informative article here
Brackenbury client Mathys & Squire announces the promotion of three of their attorneys to partnership status. David Hobson, Juliet Redhouse and Andrew White are the next generation partners driving growth across the key Life Sciences and IT & Engineering. The firm now has 30 partners in 10 offices across the UK and Europe. You can […]
The recent decision by the German Federal Court of Justice in Sisvel v Haier over the handling of SEP FRAND disputes suggests we are likely to see a more uniform approach to such disputes across Europe. Our client’s article analyses this ruling, its specific applicability to UK case law and the implications for SEP’s in other […]
Hacker dark face using laptop in the dark room Following the significant rise in ransomware attacks, including the recent Ritz Fraud, which saw A-list celebrity’s personal data jeopardized, our client examines the trend in these attacks. The article focusses on how the Internet of Things will exacerbate the problem as interconnected devices are vulnerable to […]
Ransomware attacks are on the rise, with companies that fall victim suffering exorbitant financial costs and reputational damage. Here, our client comments in Computer Weekly on the devastating consequence for businesses if they do not identify and prevent these attacks.
As the market for electric vehicles move faster, our client comments on the recent win for Nokia in a major Standards Essential Patents dispute against Daimler over use of 4G connected car technology. Daimler has announced that it does not accept the ruling and will file an appeal