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Arts Council England outlines cuts plan

28.10.10

A cut to arts funding in this month’s government spending review was seen to inevitable and the scope and timing of the cuts are as generally predicted. However, the full…

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Arts Council England outlines cuts plan

Interview with Kenneth Clarke MP – No Win No Fee

28.10.10

BBC Law in Action interview with Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke MP. Presenter: Joshua Rozenberg Venue: Audience at Gray’s InnDiscussion: The government’s plans for the legal system of England and Wales,…

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Interview with Kenneth Clarke MP – No Win No Fee

Lawyers struggle to get in the game as substitute for football agents

27.10.10

Written by Neil Rose for The Guardian. Neil Rose is the editor of legalfutures.co.uk The furore surrounding Wayne Rooney over the last week has once again thrown the role of…

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Lawyers struggle to get in the game as substitute for football agents

Surgeon cut off testicle ‘by mistake’ at Bury hospital

25.10.10

A patient lost a testicle during an operation because the surgeon cut it off by mistake, a General Medical Council (GMC) hearing has been told. Dr Sulieman Al Hourani was…

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Surgeon cut off testicle ‘by mistake’ at Bury hospital

Wayne’s Whirl. Do football players need lawyers and not agents?

22.10.10

In the light of the Wayne Rooney saga this week, once again the “Agent” culture is going to be called into question, however in the light of this there are…

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Wayne’s Whirl. Do football players need lawyers and not agents?

Mediation in disputes vital, says Law Society

22.10.10

The importance of mediation as a way of settling business and commercial disputes was highlighted at an event organised by the Law Society of Northern Ireland and the Centre for…

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Mediation in disputes vital, says Law Society

Takeover Panel proposes tougher rules

22.10.10

UK firms should have greater ability to defend themselves from hostile takeover bids, the Takeover Panel has proposed. Its conclusion follows a review of existing regulation in light of UK…

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Takeover Panel proposes tougher rules

Press statement: Judgment on Dowson and others v The Chief Constable of Northumbria Police

20.10.10

Statement on behalf of the six police officers who issued proceedings against the Chief Constable of Northumbria Police under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997.   Click here for the…

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Press statement: Judgment on Dowson and others v The Chief Constable of Northumbria Police

Press statement: Judgment on Dowson and others v The Chief Constable of Northumbria Police

20.10.10

Statement on behalf of the six police officers who issued proceedings against the Chief Constable of Northumbria Police under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997. Stephen Fox, Senior Partner of…

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Press statement: Judgment on Dowson and others v The Chief Constable of Northumbria Police

J.K. Rowling copyright row

18.10.10

Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling may have to defend herself at the High Court against an allegation of copying her ideas from an earlier obscure children’s writer. Mr Justice Kitchin…

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J.K. Rowling copyright row

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