Specialist trademark registration lawyer explains the new trademark registration regime in the UK and Europe. The author is focused on trademark registration cases including obtaining effective injunctions, litigating for damages and contracts across all type of industries. He can be contacted on 0207 305 7491 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this article we take you through digital start Ups marketing. This article helps as a guide in the process towards producing an effective marketing campaign for your new digital start up.
Planning for the future
In order to understand what you want your marketing effort to achieve for you it is important to have a business plan. Where do you want your business to be? How does that change over time? What products and/or services do you offer? Think about how your products or services fulfill a need or solve a problem for a potential customer. How is your product or service different from other companies within your sector? What makes yours stand out? Who might be interested and who may benefit from having access to what you offer? Understanding your unique selling point is the first step in identifying your ideal target audience.
Website Terms Conditions Updates
The clause that deals with most Website Terms Conditions Updates that we have reviewed in the UK reads as follows:
The following 15 tips are not meant to substitute for legal advice from a suitable qualified lawyer. They are however a starting point for small and medium sized enterprises and consumers on UDRP and domain name disputes.
The 15 Tips
1.ICANN and the UDRP – Due to the international nature of the Internet a method of dealing with disputes over domain names that would apply internationally was needed. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) devised the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (the Policy) to allow a quick, affordable way to resolve domain name disputes without the cost and delays of Court litigation. The Policy is numbered from Paragraphs 1 to 9. In addition there are the Uniform Dispute Resolution Rules (the Rules). The Rules are numbered 1 to 21. The Policy sets out the legal rationale behind the Rules. The Rules set out the actual procedure of uniform domain name resolution. The 2 are to be read in conjunction. In addition each ICANN approved dispute resolution provider has its own rules.
Contract breach lawsuits
Contract breach lawsuits where there is a contract and the clauses are enforceable
What is a contract?
A contract is an agreement between individual(s) or organisation(s) (the “Parties”) that sets out the benefits and responsibilities of the Parties between themselves.
What are contract breach lawsuist?
Company A wants to install a completely new computer network system and approaches Company B to supply and maintain the new system. After a number of meetings, someone at Company A signs a quotation attached to an agreement to supply and maintain the new system. The quotation says that Company A shall make 4 instalments of £250,000 each to Company B as payment for the supply and maintenance of the new computer system. Company A then realises that they could have got a much better deal elsewhere and wish to cancel the contract with Company B. Company A writes to Company B refusing to pay, saying that the contract is cancelled because of, amongst other things, the cooling off provisions of the distance selling regulations.
The digital economy act 2010 and the debate about moral concerns and the copyright wars continue to be hotly argued. One side says the recent expansion of rights and remedies to copyright holders is grotesque and disproportionate and worst of all, it will stifle innovation. The other side, who are trying to assert their rights, are saying that efficient copyright laws are needed to deal with a shift in the ever evolving paradigm of accessing and distributing copyright material. I prefer the latter view. Efficient regulation and legislation is clearly in the public good.
Data Protection Privacy Lawyers
Data Protection Privacy Lawyers review the revised ePrivacy directive that amends the:
Directive 2002/58/EC on privacy and electronic communications, which will be implemented on the 25 May 2011.
Essentially, the amendments are designed to bring improvement to the transparency and protection of privacy and personal data of Europeans in the online space.
The areas concerned are security breaches, spyware, cookies, enforcement of the rules and spam. The key changes:
1. Crossborder cooperation is improved with the UK information commission.
2. Anybody including an ISP will be able to bring legal proceedings against spammers.
3. Reinforcement of protection against data attributes and interception of user`s communications through (e.g. spyware & cookies) have been strengthened through the opt-in mechanism. In other words, explicit consent must be obtained before a website stores, collects, or uses data relating to users.
Website Reseller Lawyers
Website reseller lawyers review eBay L’Oreal’s trademarks case
The eBay L’Oreal’s trademarks case is of interest to Website reseller lawyers because it is related to the legality of the resell of third party goods on an intermediary website.
Sponsorship Agreements – basic guide to sponsorship agreements
Sponsorship is an associative marketing tool. It is defined by the International Chamber of Commerce as:
“Any commercial agreement by which a sponsor, for the mutual benefit of the sponsor and sponsored party, contractually provides financing or other support in order to establish an association between the sponsor’s image, brands or products and a sponsorship property in return for rights to promote this association and/or for the granting of certain agreed direct or indirect benefits.”
If you are an online business your website and content are your business and livelihood. Here are some tips from website copyright protection lawyers on how to protect your website from copy cats.