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Capital Law - Wales' 100th Living Wage Employer

We're proud to have become Wales' 100th accredited Living Wage Employer.

The real Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently, updated...

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Rights to light: into the spotlight

Commercial disputes expert, Stephen Meade, looks at a recent story in Wales Online - and how a couple have got into a dispute over...

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The future of AI and litigation funding

Our Senior Partner, Chris Nott, looks at the developments of AI in litigation funding and its effect on the legal sector. 

It seems that...

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BBC pay report: what does the gap mean?

Our HR Consultant, Cathryn Foreman, shares her thoughts on today's BBC Pay report, and what the pay gap means.

Today the BBC published its...

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Taylor review: good or bad for workers?

Our Employment law partner, Richard Thomas, was featured in The Lawyer Monthly's summary of the recent Taylor Review - and whether it's...

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Progress of the Trade Union (Wales) Bill through the National Assembly for Wales

The Trade Union (Wales) Bill (‘the Bill’) was introduced into the National Assembly for Wales (‘the Assembly’) by Mark Drakeford AM in...

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Employment law newsbytes - June 2017

In this month's newsbytes, our employment law lawyers look at a range of high-profile cases, from deduction from wages due to strike...

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When considering territorial jurisdiction, should an assessment of an employee's connection to the UK be objective?

Yes, the EAT held in Green v SIG Trading Ltd.

A limited company registered in the UK employed Green as the managing director of its...

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If an employee is dismissed because of disclosures they make, does it matter if these disclosures are protected?

The Court of Appeal investigated this in Beatt v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust and held that it did not matter. 

Beatt, a...

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Does a three-month gap between non-payment or under payment of wages break the series of deductions?

In Fulton and Anor v Bear Scotland Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘EAT’) has confirmed the earlier decision that, for the purposes...

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Did a job applicant with Asperger’s Syndrome suffer disability discrimination?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘EAT’) in Government Legal Service (‘GLS’) v Brookes held yes.

Ms Brookes applied for a training contract...

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Intellectual Property newsbytes - July 2017

In this month's Intellectual Property newsbytes, our lawyers look at a variety of high-profile cases, from the latest on the Apple v....

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SugarHero and the Snow Globe Cupcakes

Food Network Sued Over Snow Globe Cupcakes How-To Video.

The hype around Snow Globe Cupcakes soon turned frosty for Food Network following...

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Trademark protection denied for two shades of purple for asthma inhalers

The Court of Appeal has held that a trade mark for two shades of the colour purple relating to asthma inhalers is invalid.

The case of

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Tech company previously dropped by Apple initiates formal sales process amidst share price rise

Things are looking up for the British manufacturer following its bad news earlier this year.

Earlier this year British microchip...

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Is there copyright in the taste of a cheese?

CJEU poised to rule on whether copyright can apply to cheese.

The question of whether intellectual property protection should be available...

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Tech giants Apple and Nokia settle their patent disputes

The two mobile phone manufacturers have reportedly reached an amicable agreement and settled all outstanding litigation relating to their...

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Electrical wholesaler buyout named deal of the month

We're very pleased to see that Finance Wales' backed buyout of Seren Electrical Supplies has been named Insider's Deal of the Month for...

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Talk Brexit: Immigration

Immigration continues to be a divisive issue at the heart of the Brexit debate. It will undoubtedly shape negotiations over the next two...

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Benefits win for gig economy workers?

Employment law associate, Esyllt Green, shares her thoughts on Deliveroo's announcement that they'll pay employees benefits - if the law...

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Lending and the insurance conundrum

 Lenders always want to make sure that borrowers properly insure their property to the level that their valuers have recommended. A...

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Capital Law LLP advises Smart Solutions on the sale of training and development arm to Sigma Group

Capital Law is pleased to announce that Smart Solutions, a Newport based training and recruitment group, has agreed to sell its training...

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Capital Law advises PulmonIR on its investment from IP Group, Finance Wales & the Swansea University Innovation Fund

Capital Law is delighted to have advised PulmonIR on an investment from IP Group, Finance Wales and the Swansea University Innovation Fund.

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Capital Law advises Philip Owen and Julian Tee on the sale of 75% of the shares in Starc Holdings Limited

Capital Law has advised Mr Owen and Mr Tee, who formed Starc in 2009, on the sale of 75% of the company’s shares to Lowery Group, a...

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FT Special Report: Doing Business in Cardiff

The Financial Times has put together a special report, covering how different sectors and industries are doing business in Cardiff. Take...

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Capital Law advises Collecte Localisation Satellites on the acquisition of Fulcrum Maritime Systems Limited

Capital Law is pleased to have advised Collecte Localisation Satellites (CLS) on the acquisition of the entire issued share capital of...

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