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Intellectual Property Work Undertaken by Forbes' Commercial Team

16 Nov 2020

Forbes' Commercial team regularly provide intellectual property services, such as advising on and assisting with trade mark registrations in the UK and beyond, and handling disputes not only where our clients' intellectual property rights are being infringed, but also where our clients are…

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Forbes Solicitors Launches Business 'Sounding Board'

10 Nov 2020

Forbes Solicitors Launches Business 'Sounding Board' In collaboration with business leaders and advisers across the region, Forbes Solicitors is launching its latest initiative, the Sounding Board. This will provide the opportunity for businesses to access a complimentary one-hour…

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Contract considerations for the end of the Brexit transition period

03 Nov 2020

Since the publication of our earlier article highlighting key aspects of contracts which should be considered in light of the forthcoming end to the Brexit transition period ( https://www.forbessolicitors.co.uk/news/47169/brexit-preparing-for-the-end-of-the-transition-period ), negotiations between the…

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Forbes Solicitors launches inaugural Reinvention and Resilience Top 50

03 Nov 2020

Forbes Solicitors has launched its inaugural Reinvention and Resilience Top 50 - an insightful report featuring North West businesses that have innovated and diversified during the Coronavirus pandemic. The regional law firm compiled the research - including nominations from small-to-medium-sized…

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Protecting your assets from any potential downturn in trading

21 Sep 2020

With uncertainty in the market, now is a good time for businesses to be considering how they best protect their assets from any potential downturn in trading. Key assets, such as business premises, intellectual property rights, plant and machinery, etc. - even cash - can all be ringfenced by moving them…

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Brexit: Preparing for the end of the transition period

01 Sep 2020

The UK formally left the EU on 31 January 2020 and is currently in the transition period. On 12 June 2020, the UK Government formally confirmed to its negotiating partners that it would not seek an extension to the transition period therefore it will expire on 31 December 2020. On 30 July 2020,…

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