30th January 2014

Protecting Intellectual Property Rights

Here is our guide to protecting your intellectual property rights, and keeping that great idea safe. Intellectual property (IP) is used to describe a range of legal rights, to ensure that businesses protect what they create and avoid infringing the IP rights of others. Registered rights are rights, that once registered, prevent anyone else from using that right without their permission. An example of this would be a trademark. To read more of this blog click here
5th December 2013

Tips to Avoid Legal Pitfalls at the Company Christmas Party

‘Tis the season of the Christmas party once again. It is a time when the combination of awkward mingling with co-workers plus alcohol can create a social minefield. One mistake can easily turn bad behaviour into a complete legal mess for both the employee and the employer. To read about the ways employers can avoid liability whilst still enjoying the Christmas spirit, click here  
24th October 2013

Maternity and Paternity: Business Owner Rights

If you are a small business, your work team is like your second family. So, you are obviously delighted when one of your team announces that they are expecting a new arrival. However, being in such a small team, this will have a huge impact on your business. Here is a guide to ensure that this life-changing experience for one of your team is a seamless, lawful transition for you. An employee needs to inform you of their pregnancy at […]
8th October 2013

Brilliant Law’s Finest Hour So Far

Brilliant Law’s finest hour so far, has been mingling with representatives from some of the world’s largest law firms at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers awards in London recently. We were highly commended in the Legal Industry Pioneer category of the FT awards, and have only been trading for nine months. To read more about this blog, click here