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Nabarro briefings and reports
Crowd control: FCA consultation on regulation of crowdfunding
Recently the FCA published a consultation paper (the CP) on the FCA's regulatory approach to crowdfunding. View full briefing
UK IPO introduces new fast track for trade mark enforcement
As of today (1 October 2013), trade mark owners have the option to use a new "fast track" opposition procedure to challenge conflicting marks filed in the UK. The UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) hopes that the change will make oppositions simpler, cheaper and quicker, particularly for SMEs. View full briefing
Is "Safe Harbor" no longer safe? EU to review regime for personal data transfers to the US
In a dramatic announcement on 19 July, EU Commissioner Viviane Reding stated that the European Commission will be reviewing its Safe Harbor Agreement with the US. This review will be keenly awaited by many companies and other organisations who presently rely on the Safe Harbor Agreement to lawfully transfer personal data between the EU and the US. View full briefing
Intellectual Property - A guide to protecting your assets
Different intellectual property rights protect different assets, each with their own rules on whether or not registration
is required and how long the rights last. Below is an overview of these rights and a guide to some of the issues that
companies should consider, preferably at an early stage when the assets themselves are being created or developed. View full briefing
A guide to investment jargon
Angel investors, venture capital funds, accountants, lawyers and fundraisers use jargon. To anyone raising funds for the first time this can be very confusing. This guide sets out, in plain English, what some of these terms mean. View full briefing