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Welcome to Advantage Litigation Services. We provide affordable, economically viable access to commercial litigation for SMEs & individuals.

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  • Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, one of the stars of the hit TV series ‘Game of Thrones’, is embroiled in a contract dispute with his former agent that could end up costing him up to $2 million. The 48 year old Danish actor, who plays the role of Jamie ‘The Kingslayer’ Lannister in the HBO fantasy series, has been ordered by a court in the USA to pay his former manager Jill Littman around $2 million, made up of around $1.75 million of that in back pay, plus about $225,000 in interest. The dispute is over a contract the actor had with Littman and her agency Impression Entertainment for a significant portion of hi Hollywood career, which has seen Coster-Waldau star in films including ‘Black Hawk Down’. The Emmy Award nominated actor terminated his professional relationship with Littman in 2015, stating in an email that: I... Read More

  • In a move that will be welcomed by many businesses both in mainland Europe and the UK, the recent Brexit draft withdrawal agreement contains a clause which means that EU trademarks and designs will continue to be valid once the UK formally leaves the EU (if it actually does, of course!). The clause in the withdrawal agreement, Article 54, confirms that subject to trademarks and IP being assigned to a specific owner before the end of the transition period, then such trademarks and designs will apply both in the EU and the UK.IP experts had expressed concerns prior to the confirmation of Article 54, led by the Intellectual Property Office who were acutely aware of the amount of legal and administrative work that would be involved in transferring thousands of rights. The clause will now mean that rights holders can be... Read More

  • Professional footballer Ched Evans is set to take legal action against his former lawyers in a claim for loss of earnings following his initial conviction at a rape trial. 29-year old Evans, who has also earned 13 caps at international level for Wales, faced trial for rape in 2012 where he was ultimately convicted, spending two and a half years in prison. Evans has always protested his innocence over the rape claim bought by a nineteen year old woman following from a drunken night at a hotel in Wales in 2011. On 21st April 2016, the former Sheffield United striker, currently playing on loan for League One Fleetwood Town, had his original conviction quashed by the Court of Appeal, and a subsequent and highly controversial retrial in October 2016 found him to be not guilty. Evans now intends to sue his... Read More