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Procul Harum Copyright decision turns Artists Pale?

31.07.09

Steve Kuncewicz, IP & Media Lawyer at Ralli in Manchester writes: “Copyright in music remains one of the most topical legal issues of our time in the wake of the Diigital Britain…

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Procul Harum Copyright decision turns Artists Pale?

Do cuts in hours means less redundancy cash?

30.07.09

Ralli Partner and Employment Lawyer, Mark Higgins, features in todays M.E.N Dilemmas section. “I have taken redundancy after 18 years service. My normal working week was four, 12-hour shifts but…

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Do cuts in hours means less redundancy cash?

Birth Defect Victims Win ‘Toxic Soup’ Case

29.07.09

Sky News reports that a group who blame their disabilities on their mothers’ exposure to toxic materials have won their case against the council they hold accountable. Corby Borough Council was…

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Birth Defect Victims Win ‘Toxic Soup’ Case

New Iberia chief pledges to complete BA merger

28.07.09

Graham Keeley of TimesOnline reports that the new chairman of Iberia, the Spanish airline, today pledged to close a merger with British Airways which has dragged on for almost a…

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New Iberia chief pledges to complete BA merger

Children urged to stay away from farms

27.07.09

Steve Sowden of thisiswestcountry.co.uk reports that children across Somerset are being urged to stay away from playing on or around farms this summer whilst on school holidays or risk serious…

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Children urged to stay away from farms

Steven Gerrard Cleared Of Bar Attack

24.07.09

Sky News reports today that Steven Gerrard has been found not guilty of affray after a confrontation at a Merseyside bar. The Liverpool FC captain was accused of attacking Marcus…

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Steven Gerrard Cleared Of Bar Attack

Foxtons loses legal battle over landlord fees

22.07.09

Michael Herman of TimesOnline reports that Foxtons, the estate agency, today lost a High Court case when a judge ruled that some of the terms and conditions it imposes on…

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Foxtons loses legal battle over landlord fees

Fake injury wedding trio jailed

22.07.09

BBC News reports that a bridegroom and his parents who invented injuries to claim compensation after a minor crash on his wedding day have each been jailed for a year. Andrew…

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Fake injury wedding trio jailed

Logged In With . . . Stephen Fox

22.07.09

As featured on TheBusinessDesk.com Logged In With…Stephen Fox Organisation: Ralli Solicitors Employees:120 Job title: Senior Partner Career highlights: The successful high profile cases for defendants prosecuted by the SFO, HMRC…

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Logged In With . . . Stephen Fox

Shame of care home worker

22.07.09

Nicola Dowling of the M.E.N reports that a care worker’s treatment of elderly dementia patients in a nursing home horrified her colleagues. Linda Platt, 59, pushed a nail brush stained in excrement…

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Shame of care home worker

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