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Archive for September, 2011

ABSs ‘not attractive’ to City firms, new research suggests

23.09.11

A study commissioned by the Legal Services Board shows that City law firms are too reluctant to give up control for them to embrace the funding sources that have become…

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ABSs ‘not attractive’ to City firms, new research suggests

David Cameron Should Listen To The Dowler Family

23.09.11

Gill Nuttall – PR & Marketing Manager The Dowler family have spoken out and I think it is high time that David Cameron and his crew started to listen. I…

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David Cameron Should Listen To The Dowler Family

The Big Debate: Filming In Courts

20.09.11

by Eimear McCartan, Solicitor. The handling of the sentencing of those involved in the August riots has left public confidence in the justice system at a low, resulting in fierce…

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The Big Debate: Filming In Courts

Search and ISP companies may be asked to help tackle copyright infringement, says minister

16.09.11

The Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has told the Royal Television Festival (RTF) in Cambridge that the UK might ask search engines and ISPs to play more of a part in…

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Search and ISP companies may be asked to help tackle copyright infringement, says minister

One in three employers ‘to sack agency workers’ after new EU job laws

16.09.11

A report by Allen and Overy indicates that a third of employers are planning to avoid the consequences of the European Agency Workers Directive by ending agency workers’ contracts in…

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One in three employers ‘to sack agency workers’ after new EU job laws

Twitter moves to claim ‘tweet’ trademark from third party

13.09.11

Advertising company Twittad service has registered ‘tweet’ before Twitter could do it – but now the social network wants it back. Twitter’s increasingly protective commercial strategy of gaining control of…

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Twitter moves to claim ‘tweet’ trademark from third party

Musicians win copyright extension to 70 years

13.09.11

by Josh Halliday, Guardian Thousands of music performers, from little-known session musicians to Sir Cliff Richard, will receive royalties from songs released in the 60s for an extra 20 years,…

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Musicians win copyright extension to 70 years

Original Bucks Fizz members lose trade mark battle over name

09.09.11

The Intellectual Property Office has ruled that the public would be likely to be confused if three original members of Bucks Fizz were allowed to register a trade mark that…

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Original Bucks Fizz members lose trade mark battle over name

Ralli Renews Membership to Injury Lawyers 4U scheme

08.09.11

Martin Coyne – Managing Partner Ralli is pleased to announce it has renewed its annual membership with the Injury Lawyers 4U panel membership scheme. Our continued contribution to the scheme allows…

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Ralli Renews Membership to Injury Lawyers 4U scheme

Do You Give A XXXX About Adult Domain Names?

07.09.11

Phil Hitchen (Intellectual Property Solicitor) From today the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has pressed the button on the first stage for roll out of XXX domains….

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Do You Give A XXXX About Adult Domain Names?

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