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Kuits preserves leading status in Legal 500

29 Sep 2016

Manchester commercial law firm Kuits has retained its prominent rankings in The Legal 500 UK, a research publication that analyses and ranks the capabilities of law firms across the country and recognises those providing the most cutting edge and innovative advice to clients and corporate counsel. Kuits’ head of corporate and commercial, Rob Buckley, who […]


Kuits advises Character World on out of court settlement in trademark case

20 Jul 2016

Kuits has advised licensing business Character World on the agreement of an out of court settlement with a Birmingham textile business accused of copying its products, infringing its intellectual property. The case reached settlement one week before it was due to be heard in the High Court of Justice. As a result, Cheadle headquartered Character […]


Kuits advises parallel importer on initial victory over Procter & Gamble in major decision

18 Apr 2016

Manchester commercial law firm Kuits has advised a parallel importer in successfully defending a summary judgement against Proctor & Gamble (P&G) in a High Court battle. Procter & Gamble (P&G) commenced proceedings back in 2014 against Greater Manchester-based Star Global Trading Limited in respect of fragrance products that it alleged were sold without the right […]


Kuits Secures Licensing Deal for The Manufacturing Institute

17 Sep 2014

Manchester law firm Kuits Solicitors has successfully conducted international copyright and trade mark license negotiations with the renowned Shingo Institute on behalf of its long-standing client, Manufacturing Institute. The Trafford Park-based Institute is an independent charity founded to educate and improve manufacturing companies and their employees. Michael Forrester and James Wall of Kuits’ intellectual property department […]


MC Tunes: Kuits success in royalties claim

29 May 2013

Manchester law firm Kuits Solicitors has recovered unpaid royalties for Manchester based artist Nicholas Lockett aka ‘MC Tunes’ from Universal publishing and the royalty collection societies. In 1998 FatBoy Slim released the song ‘Gangster Tripping’ which featured MC Tunes vocals sampled from the Dust Junkys song ‘Rinse (BeatBox Wash)’. ‘Gangster Tripping’ went on to chart […]


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