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Company Solicitors in ChesterNewsArticles

WHAT COMPANY LAW CHANGES ARE COMING IN 2024?

WHAT COMPANY LAW CHANGES ARE COMING IN 2024?   On 4 March 2024, the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 brought into effect a number of changes to company law that all company directors should be aware of. The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency…
Jolliffes
March 7, 2024
Ryan Marr Partner Jolliffes Solicitors in ChesterNewsPress Release

JOLLIFFES WELCOMES NEW PARTNER

JOLLIFFES WELCOMES NEW PARTNER Jolliffe & Co LLP, a firm of solicitors in Chester, is pleased to announce the promotion of Ryan Marr to the position of Partner. At just 31, Ryan has become the one of the youngest partners in the history of the…
Jolliffes
September 13, 2023
Intellectual Property Solicitor ChesterArticles

WHO OWNS THE COPYRIGHT IN AI GENERATED CONTENT?

WHO OWNS THE COPYRIGHT IN AI GENERATED CONTENT? INTRODUCTION As advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) technology continue to reshape industries, one area of concern that has gained significant attention is the ownership of intellectual property (IP) rights in AI generated content. With AI becoming increasingly…
Jolliffes
August 10, 2023
Family Solicitor ChesterNews

DO I NEED A LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY?

DO I NEED A LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY? What is a lasting power of attorney? The lasting power of attorney (or LPA) is a form which you can complete to allow one or more people (your attorneys) to make decisions on your behalf. There are…
Jolliffes
June 20, 2023
Intellectual Property Solicitor ChesterNews

WAG*THA CHR*STIE: HOW TO MAKE MONEY FROM A TRADE MARK

WAG*THA CHR*STIE: HOW TO MAKE MONEY FROM A TRADE MARK Note: Throughout this article, you will note that the full phrase trade marked by Vardy is not used. This is due to the trade mark being registered in classes relating to publication and online media.…
Jolliffes
May 5, 2023
Divorce Solicitor ChesterArticles

NO FAULT DIVORCE, A YEAR ON…

 NO FAULT DIVORCE, A YEAR ON… The change in law to “no fault” divorce came after years of campaigning, allowing either or both parties to commence divorce proceedings in reliance on the fact that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. A year on, our expert…
Jolliffes
April 28, 2023