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Archive for October, 2009

King set to appeal

30.10.09

It has been well reported that ‘Premier League’ striker Marlon King will be appealing his recent 18 month sentence. However it is also reported that he is maintaining he was wrongly convicted.

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King set to appeal

Woman burnt by Boots Hair Dye admitted to burns unit

30.10.09

Emma Rowley of Sky News Online reports that A young woman who was rushed to hospital with agonising burns following an extreme reaction to a home hair dye kit has…

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Woman burnt by Boots Hair Dye admitted to burns unit

How did you pay for your duck house…?

29.10.09

There was public outrage when the MPs expense scandal hit the news earlier this year, and MPs have now been subject to a retrospective expenses audit. 

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How did you pay for your duck house…?

What a difference a (hey)day makes…

29.10.09

Employers across Britain breathed a temporary sigh of relief with the recent High Court ruling that employees have no automatic right to work beyond the age of 65. However, it…

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What a difference a (hey)day makes…

How law firms can use social networking to stay ahead of the pack

29.10.09

As featured in the Law Society Gazette. Thursday 29 October 2009 by Rupert White Over the past two years or so, the way solicitors network, interact and go about business…

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How law firms can use social networking to stay ahead of the pack

Mandelson Puts Cutting Off Filesharers Back On The Agenda

28.10.09

In a speech to be made later today, the Business Secretary Lord Mandelson will announce to the C&B inet Forum, a summit at which the creative industries have been debating…

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Mandelson Puts Cutting Off Filesharers Back On The Agenda

Spotlight- 5 minutes with…

26.10.09

What areas of law do you specialise in? Company law, management buy outs in particular. What was your first inspiration to become a Solicitor? When I was at school I…

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Spotlight- 5 minutes with…

Social Media Sins: A justified dismissal or gross violation of employee privacy?

26.10.09

The lure of increasing brand visibility which the internet affords, has proved irresistible for businesses across the globe. However the “e-love affair” has sparked a lively debate over workers’ use…

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Social Media Sins: A justified dismissal or gross violation of employee privacy?

Crackdown or Back Down?: Government’s Tough Stance On File-Sharing To Be Moderated

26.10.09

In the latest twist in the ongoing battle between Musicians, the Entertainment Industry, Internet Service Providers, the Government and the General Public, Culture Secretary Ben Bradshaw announced last week that…

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Crackdown or Back Down?: Government’s Tough Stance On File-Sharing To Be Moderated

Be Not Proud – BNP Buys UKIP Membership Database

26.10.09

The British National Party is facing an investigation by privacy watchdog the Information Commissioner after allegations that it has illegally purchased a database of UK Independence Party members’ names and…

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Be Not Proud – BNP Buys UKIP Membership Database

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