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GCRC StyleCounsel Interview: John Ireland, John Ireland & Co

John Ireland

StyleCounsel is the GCRC’s latest sector that focuses on the fashion, retail and lifestyle industries.  Enter the StyleCounsel community to read the latest interviews with GCs from some of the leading companies in the world. Last month, Helena Hill caught up with John Ireland at Electric House in Notting Hill, who talked about the creative industries, working for Alan Sugar, football ... Read More »

Lastest News – LVMH and Google trademark case


LVMH and Google have agreed to work together to combat the sale of online counterfeit goods. The agreement follows almost 10 years of litigation over complaints by LVMH that Google Adwords service was enabling counterfeiters to sell their products on the back of LVMH brands. Google says it will honour valid complaints from brand owners and restrict their rivals’ use of trademarked keywords in ... Read More »

Guest Post: This Is What Lawyers Look Like Who Put Clients First


Last month, a seismic event occurred in South Carolina which went unnoticed by many. However, lawyers paid close attention to what may have been a harbinger of a massive shift in the monopoly lawyers have long maintained to prevent the “unauthorized practice of law”. On March 11, 2014, in the case of T. Travis Medlock v. LegalZoom, Inc. the South ... Read More »

Guest Post: FrontRow Legal wins High Court battle for Keith Mason


This is a guest post from Richard Cramer of FrontRow Legal. FrontRow Legal recently successfully represented rugby league player Keith Mason “the Player” in a claim heard in the Leeds District Registry High Court worth £167,000 against his former club Huddersfield Giants “the Club”, following his sacking in October 2012. A summary of this case can be found below: Mason ... Read More »