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Archive for June, 2009

Animal keepers and their legal responsibilities

30.06.09

FarmingUK reports, existing law is virtually unusable in compensation claims by people injured by animals but planned amendments will only make matters worse, says Thompsons Solicitors. Government plans to change…

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Animal keepers and their legal responsibilities

Steve faces The Jury

26.06.09

Steve Kuncewicz, Intellectual Property and Media Lawyer at Ralli and leading member of the Greater Manchester business community, featured in The Jury giving his view on the week’s hot topic. The…

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Steve faces The Jury

Ralli’s IP and media specialist joins pro∙manchester board

24.06.09

Manchester lawyer, Steve Kuncewicz, has been elected to the Board of pro∙manchester, the region’s financial and professional organisation. Steve, from Ralli law firm, played a major role in the launch…

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Ralli’s IP and media specialist joins pro∙manchester board

Kerry Katona’s mother-in-law thanks Solicitor after year of hell

22.06.09

Vaz Sayed of The Daily Star reports- Kerry Katona’s mother-in-law has told of her year of hell – after her son tried to bankrupt her. Marilyn Croft was given a £3,000…

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Kerry Katona’s mother-in-law thanks Solicitor after year of hell

Breaking News – Downloader liable for £1 Million in damages for downloading 24 Songs

19.06.09

It had to happen sometime. In a week where we have seen Lord Carter’s Digital Britain report criticised for a failure to provide any real measures to crack down on…

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Breaking News – Downloader liable for £1 Million in damages for downloading 24 Songs

The Carter Report – Analogue suggestions for Digital Britain?

17.06.09

Intellectual Property Issues are at the forefront of national news after yesterday’s unveiling of Lord Carter’s “Digital Britain” report, which sets out the Government’s vision for ensuring the UK’s place…

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The Carter Report – Analogue suggestions for Digital Britain?

Mum wins payout over slip up

15.06.09

Dean Kirby of the M.E.N reports that a Mum, has won tens of thousands of pounds in compensation after she stumbled in her high heels as she left an Indian restaurant….

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Mum wins payout over slip up

Can you trademark a bunny?

12.06.09

Alex Spence and Peter Stiff report from Times Online. It is a question that few intellectual property lawyers probably grappled with in law school: can a chocolate bunny be trademarked? Yet…

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Can you trademark a bunny?

Fraudster sues university over sacking

10.06.09

Yakub Qureshi at the M.E.N reports that a Manchester University is being sued by a convicted fraudster after he was fired when his past came to light. Andrew Young, who spent…

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Fraudster sues university over sacking

Gran, 91, left to die in agony in BUPA care home

09.06.09

Susie Boniface; Martyn Halle of the Mirror.co.uk report that a grandmother died after she was so badly neglected in a nursing home that horrific open wounds covered most of her…

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Gran, 91, left to die in agony in BUPA care home

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