I am delighted to be presenting a one day Introduction to Intellectual Property Law course for Local Enterprise Office Leitrim this autumn.
The course will make you aware of how best to protect your brand and business.
Registration is via the LEO Leitrim website - at the following link.
Additional rules apply to contracts concluded after June 13 2014 which require businesses to provide extra information to consumers. These new rules are in addition to existing consumer law protections. They introduce significant changes to the way traders must do business with consumers. The rules provide additional protections and rights to consumers.
Some of the rules apply to on-premises contract (buying in a shop), some only to distance contracts (selling online) and some only to off-premises contracts.
They amend provisions of the Sale of Goods Act 1893 and the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act 1980. Passing of risk provisions…
Additional rules apply to contracts concluded with consumers after June 13 2014 for on-premises contracts (buying in a shop), distance contracts (including online sales) and off-premises contracts. Different rules apply to the different types of sales.
The cooling off period (right to cancel a contract without giving any reason if it is an off-premises or distance contract that can be cancelled) is being extended from seven to fourteen days.
The rules are set out in the European Union (Consumer Information, Cancellation and other Rights) Regulations…
I am delighted to announce that I have recently completed the Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights and Technology Law. This diploma was organised by the Law Society of Ireland.
Topics covered included:
• Industrial Designs
• Legal issues related to cloud based services
For anyone who opted to pay the 2014 local property tax by means of the single debit authority option the full payment will be deducted on 21 March 2014.
For further information see the Revenue Commissioners website http://www.revenue.ie/en/tax/lpt/key-dates.html