Franchising specialist solicitors Owen White have agreed to sponsor the British Franchise Association’s (bfa) 2017 Women In Franchising event
The Supreme Court has outlawed Tribunal Fees
Franchise community “Attending the bfa Annual Franchise Conference in Birmingham last week, I was struck by the very real sense of community that was evident at the annual two-day event. 30 yrs franchise advice “As a company which has been involved with the bfa from the inception of the original charter and having advised clients […]
Nestlé has failed to register KitKat’s four-fingered bar as a trade mark.
Owen White Solicitors offer advice to UK franchisees on valuing a claim for dilapidations
Points for employers to consider following the Court of Appeal’s ruling on the case of Pimlico Plumbers Limited vs Smith
With the triggering of Article 50, do you have the correct trademarks in place to protect your brand?
A briefing on the new insolvency rules which come into effect on 6 April 2017
Owen White Solicitors help London Square secure multi million pound property deal.
Following the Court of Appeal decision in Cardiff County Council v Lee it was made clear that landlords who are considering applying for a warrant following a Defendant/tenant’s breach of a Suspended Possession Order (“SPO”) should first ensure that they obtain permission from the Court to apply for a warrant.