Spying on Rudolph

To figure out Santa’s secrets, there are modern high-tech devices that might come in handy. But what does the law allow?

A holiday feast of Polish delicacies—it’s the law

The traditional Polish dinner on Christmas Eve is expected to offer an even dozen items. Considering how quickly the favourite items disappear at our law firm’s annual holiday reception, some gourmands would probably be happy to increase the “statutory” number of dishes. This year a lot of the nibbling was done by Santa’s drivers—Rudolph and company.

Reindeer released into the wild

The General Court of the European Union in Luxembourg has upheld a decision by the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market in Alicante refusing to register the three-dimensional shape of a reindeer in a Christmas ribbon as a trademark.

Climate change impacts airborne sleigh traffic

As an operator of seasonal reindeer-powered sleigh flights, is Santa Clause required to pay a fee for generating greenhouse gases on the same basis as airlines?

Łukasz Dąbrowski: Consider a chimney easement for Christmas Eve

Litigation Portal: Everyone looks forward to a visit from Santa Claus, but no one seems to bother signing a proper agreement with him. Is Kris Kringle entitled to trespass on other people’s property without any contractual consent?

Filling orders for Christmas presents via dynamic purchasing system

Legislative solutions included in public procurement law smooth the way for Santa Claus to perform all contract obligations before children awake.