Author: frantz

Calculating Damages in Trademark

Calculating Damages in Trademark

Assessing Damages When assessing damages in any trademark infringement case, there are many factors to be considered. The first point is the circumstances surrounding the supposed infringement. You would need to investigate how the trademark was infringed, for example: a)   identifying the infringing products and the description that was presented. b)   whether the infringing party was aware […]
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Discrimination by Inference

Discrimination by Inference

Summary Discrimination by Inference. Nadia Otshudi worked for Base Childrenswear Limited from 16 February 2016 up until she was dismissed on 19 May 2016. Her former employer, Mr Granditer had told her that she was being dismissed for redundancy. Nadia stated that she did not believe the redundancy reason was true and claimed she was […]
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migrant worker

Sponsoring a non-EEA migrant worker

Sponsoring a non-EEA migrant worker. You can employ a non-EEA worker Your organisation must have a sponsorship licence. The primary immigration routes for non-European Economic Area (EEA) migrants who wish to work in the UK are the Tiers 2 and 5 points-based routes. Non-EEA migrants must be sponsored by an organisation that holds a Tier […]
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Nigel Farage’s Top 10 Immigration Gaffes!

Nigel Farage’s Top 10 Immigration Gaffes!

Gaffe #1 – Introduce an Australian-style points based system to manage the number and skills of people coming into the country. Fact – A British-style points based system already exists within the Immigration Rules. It was introduced in 2008 and subsequently amended in 2012 to include stricter criteria where for example applicants are required to show that […]
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Demistifying Asylum Seekers

Demistifying Asylum Seekers

Unfortunately the media in Britain plays a significant role in corrupting the minds of well meaning citizens of our community and causing a lot of anxiety amongst asylum seekers in the UK. Everyone who comes to Britain to live and work has a story to tell. The story of an asylum seeker is always that […]
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Right to Rent in the United Kingdom

Right to Rent in the United Kingdom

What does the new law on right to rent mean for landlords? landlords What does the new law on right to rent mean for landlords? The Immigration Act 2014 introduced a new legal requirement on private landlords in England to carry out immigration checks on all new prospective tenants from February 2016. The new law […]
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The Immigration Act – The Hidden Agenda

The Immigration Act – The Hidden Agenda

With the coming into force of the Immigration Act 2014 (The “Act”) and the new Immigration Bill (The “Bill”), which is currently going through parliament, there is an inherent air of unfairness towards migrants who are contributing immensely to the UK. The purpose of the changes was to create a hostile environment for foreign criminals […]
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Deportation Digest

Deportation Digest

Deportation is described as the forced removal of a non-excluded person from the UK. A person is excluded from deportation if they are a British citizen (in law) or have right of abode [i] or are a Commonwealth citizen who was ordinarily resident in the UK on the 1st of January 1973 and has lived in the […]
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Don’t Bite the Hand that Feeds You

Don’t Bite the Hand that Feeds You

Because you might just need that hand to rebuild ‘Broken Britain’. Frantz Gregory Coming to the UK can be a great upheaval journey for most foreign workers. We all have experienced it one way or the other. Some of us who haven’t experienced it may have seen the TV programme ‘Wanted Down Under’ where families […]
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