Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?…How To Protect TV Format Rights
The X Factor, The Voice, Love Island, Big Brother, The Weakest Link, The Apprentice, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? – when cultural commentators examine
Hansel Henson Announces Partner Promotion
We are delighted to announce that, with effect from 1 November 2019, Sarah Wells becomes a partner at Hansel Henson. Sarah joined us in October 2016 having trained
Uneasy Ruling - W3 Ltd v EasyGroup Ltd & Anor  EWHC 7 (Ch)
1. Introduction “A case of considerable complexity” with 44 issues to consider, over 20 years of correspondence and evidence to wade through, an analysis of numerous trade marks
Leading Intellectual Property and Digital Media law firm, Hansel Henson, is pleased to announce the appointment of Justine Flockhart to partner. The promotion takes the
Evasive Action! How Clarkson & Co. will avoid a head on collision with the BBC over Top Gear format
Where next for the Top Gear format and the Clarkson breakaway?
European Court rules on Hyperlinks
The long awaited judgment on Svensson was released today (13th February 2014).
This article by Richard Barnett provides some initial thoughts on the
Hansel Henson Limited acts as lead legal advisers on the sale of FGOL to Ubisoft
Thomas Henson, assisted by Justine Saliba, of intellectual property and digital media specialists Hansel Henson Limited advised the shareholders of long term client FGOL,
Do You Need an Intellectual Property Audit?
An IP Audit is simply an exercise whereby the Intellectual property (“IP”) owned and/ or used by a company is identified and logged and any
3rd Floor, 8 Bloomsbury Street,
London, WC1B 3SR
Tel+44 (0)20 7770 6584
Fax+44 (0)20 7504 8717