Private Practice

IP & Technology

IP & Technology

  • Excellent opening for a PSL with experience in IP and Technology to join our exceptional practice
  • Our IPT practice encompasses nearly 500 dedicated lawyers in more than 24 countries
  • You'll work on specific projects/initiatives, producing precedents, know how guidance, and manuals for internal use
  • You'll have at least 4 yrs PQE in a comparable firm, with wide-ranging commercial/transactional experience
  • Experience in outsourcing, data protection or general commercial work is required


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Latest articles from DLA Piper UK LLP
Leasehold reform in England: what's new?

It has been more than 18 months since the government outlined its intention to implement a ban on the sale of leasehold houses and to introduce a cap

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A glimpse into how competition law will feature in future UK aviation strategy

In response to the Department for Transport's green paper 'Aviation 2050: the future of UK aviation', the Competition and Markets Authority has said

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Government consultation: “Health is everyone’s business”

The government has launched a consultation on ways in which government and employers can take action to reduce ill-health-related job loss in the UK

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Too Beautiful For a Promotion

The recent nominations of Ursula van de Leyen and Christine Lagarde to two of the most powerful positions in the EU have been widely hailed as proof

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EU Parliament adopts supplementary rules on marketing of funds across EU - what now?

The EU’s regime for how funds are marketed to professional investors across the EU has long been subject to calls for greater harmonization. The

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Consultation on the establishment of a new single labour market enforcement body in the UK

Since the publication of the 2017 Taylor Review of Modern Employment Practice and the government’s subsequent Good Work Plan, we have been keeping you

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Data Protection - "proper due diligence"

The UK's data protection regulator, the ICO, intends to fine Marriott International, Inc £99.2 million. This proposed fine arises from a cyber

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Is ethnic pay gap reporting on the horizon?

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) released an analysis this week of ethnicity pay gaps in the UK using earnings data from the Annual Population

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A pragmatic approach to contracting out of security of tenure

Landlords will be buoyed by the High Court decision in TFS Stores Limited v. The Designer Retail Outlet Centres (Mansfield) General Partner Ltd 2019

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The FCA's 201920 Business Plan summarised in two tables

In April 2019, the FCA published its 201920 Business Plan. We summarise that plan in the table available via this link (and in a second table linked

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Syndicated lending and competition law - what are the key risks?

In April 2019, the European Commission (EC) published a report on "EU loan syndication and its impact on competition in credit markets" (Report)

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How would proposed changes to the UK's airline insolvency regime affect aircraft financiers and lessors?

English law, including English insolvency law, is very pro-creditor. So pro-creditor that British Airways was able, in 2013, to raise over

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Are loyalty points schemes a form of electronic money?

A case currently before the German courts concerning Lufthansa's Miles & More loyalty points scheme raises the question of whether loyalty points

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Energy contracts exempted from the Assignment of Receivables Regulations

A party trading UK-linked energy derivatives or purchasing, or taking security over, receivables arising under UK-linked energy contracts may need to

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Tribunal issues different decisions for different contracts in IR35 ruling

In the case of George Mantides Ltd v. HMRC 2019 TC07202, a personal services company (the Company) appealed against tax and NIC assessments under

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N v. The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc

On 8 July 2019 the High Court handed down a judgment in the N v. The Royal Bank of Scotland plc case. The case considered the Bank's decisions to

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The Law Commission's report on reforming the SAR regime - Guidance over change?

In 2018, the Law Commission launched its consultation on the reform of the suspicious activity report (SAR) regime created by Part 7 of the Proceeds

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Insurtech developments target low income renters

HM Treasury (HMT) recently issued a press release detailing a workshop it ran with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on 20 June 2019. The purpose

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The Problem with Business Rates in the Real World

Legal practitioners have been spoilt in recent years by a wealth of important cases concerning business rates. This has helped understanding in

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Extinctive prescription and gradual damage: What is the starting point?

In the Lacour v. Construction D.M. Turcotte TRO inc. decision delivered in June 2019, the Court of Appeal of Québec distanced itself from the

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