Insights: January 2019

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Fladgate advises Richard Mille on Bond Street store acquisition

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Fladgate LLP has advised luxury Swiss watch brand, Richard Mille, on the acquisition of their new store on Bond Street, W1.  The building was previously home to luxury fashion brand Alexander McQueen’s flagship store. Fladgate has provided commercial and real estate legal advice to Robert Mille on numerous matters over the past 5 years including […]

Software Licensing: the perils of indirect access usage


The case of SAP UK v. Diageo[1], which was heard by Mrs Justice O’Farrell in the Technology and Construction Court, revolved around the specific terms of licence and maintenance agreements which dated back to 2004. These contractual terms had been amended and novated on a number of occasions, not always consistently and, as it turned […]

Guess fined by EU Commission for blocking Internet sales

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The fashion retailer, Guess, has been fined by the EU Commission for a breach of Article 101 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), which prohibits agreements between companies that prevent, restrict or distort competition within the EU’s Single Market. Guess operates a selective distribution system across the EEA, which is […]

Innovative security measures for Landlords in a changing market


With Brexit on the horizon there are an increasing number of stories in the financial press about struggling companies and fearful investors. Those affected range from well-known retailers to huge tech companies and it seems that no one’s position is as safe as once thought.  Against this back-drop, landlords are still trying to secure new […]

Fladgate’s Corporate team is further strengthened with the appointment of outsourcing and technology partner Tim Wright


Fladgate is delighted to announce the appointment of Corporate partner Tim Wright. Tim joins having previously led the global sourcing practice group at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP in London. He specialises in complex, often cross-border, commercial, technology and outsourcing transactions, with a particular focus on the financial services, healthcare and technology sectors. He is […]

Fladgate advises Patron Capital and APAM on multiple lettings at Arlington Business Park

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Fladgate LLP has advised Patron Capital, the pan-European property investor and its asset management partner and leading real estate adviser APAM, in relation to multiple lettings at Arlington Business Park, Reading. Patron and APAM have agreed the pre-let of the entire building 1240 comprising approximately 34,350 sq. ft. to NTT Security, the UK subsidiary of […]