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Archive for November, 2008

The right kind of care…

28.11.08

The Oldham Evening Chronicle reports on the ever increasing cases of elder and nursing home abuse. Jenny Hollamby speaks to Ralli PR & Marketing Manager, Gillian Nuttall, whose grandmother was an unfortunate…

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The right kind of care…

Woman convicted over MySpace suicide

27.11.08

A woman has been convicted in a landmark cyber-bullying case after a teenager committed suicide over hoax messages on MySpace. Lori Drew posed as a fictitious 16-year-old boy called Josh…

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Woman convicted over MySpace suicide

Barnsley may take legal action after Hulme injury

26.11.08

BARNSLEY are considering legal action against Sheffield United defender Chris Morgan over the elbow which left their Canadian striker Iain Hume with a fractured skull. The announcement came after English…

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Barnsley may take legal action after Hulme injury

Cancer patients seek damages after frozen sperm is destroyed

25.11.08

Six cancer sufferers are seeking substantial compensation after a hospital freezer broke down, destroying their sperm samples and almost certainly denying them a chance of fathering children. Senior judges heard…

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Cancer patients seek damages after frozen sperm is destroyed

The Miller’s Tale- Privacy Law

24.11.08

Steve Kuncewicz, Media and Intellectual Property Expert. Privacy is one of the fastest-developing areas of law in the United Kingdom following a number of recent cases that appear to finally…

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The Miller’s Tale- Privacy Law

Settlement sees Jackson Avoid UK Court

24.11.08

A last minute out of court settlement means that Michael Jackson will no longer visit the UK to testify in the High Court. Arab Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al Khalifa was suing…

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Settlement sees Jackson Avoid UK Court

Arsene Wenger considers Theo Walcott damages claim

21.11.08

Theo Walcott is facing shoulder surgery for the second time in less than two years, which could keep him out of action for at least three months. The Arsenal winger…

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Arsene Wenger considers Theo Walcott damages claim

Google deal is good news for copyright law

20.11.08

The search giant’s settlement with publishers could be a game-changing legal event, says the MP for Intellectual Property. As with many legal systems, the copyright framework in most countries is…

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Google deal is good news for copyright law

Trademark row over Liverpool’s bird symbol

19.11.08

The owners of Liverpool Football Club have applied to register the Liver Bird as their trademark, prompting the city council to take legal advice. The club has applied to the…

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Trademark row over Liverpool’s bird symbol

Mother in landmark case after Friends Reunited crash

18.11.08

A PLYMOUTH mother has won a landmark legal case after a car crash with an old school friend she had tracked down on the Friends Reunited website. Instead of chatting…

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Mother in landmark case after Friends Reunited crash

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