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Equity cards in the Court of Appeal?

31.10.13

  Stephen Fox, Senior Partner gives his view on cameras in the Court of Appeal. So we have cameras in the court of appeal.  But who will be interested when…

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Equity cards in the Court of Appeal?

Daily Mail Claim Neil Morrissey ‘No Win, No Fee’ Costs Were Excessive

30.08.12

A new submission to the Leveson inquiry by the Daily Mail’s publisher, Associated Newspapers, has accused Neil Morrissey’s solicitors of “abusing a no win, no fee arrangement by claiming costs…

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Daily Mail Claim Neil Morrissey ‘No Win, No Fee’ Costs Were Excessive

Sports Agents: Should They Be Hit For 6?

21.08.12

I’ve been quite fascinated by the whole Kevin Pietersen saga, not least because I really enjoy cricket and I think that the situation has been a distraction that the England…

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Sports Agents: Should They Be Hit For 6?

Will Leveson Lead To More Effective Media Regulation?

17.08.12

Following Leveson it is arguable that our media have excessive power, little accountability and a self regulatory authority, The Press Complaints Commission (PCC)  with no teeth.  The media world is…

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Will Leveson Lead To More Effective Media Regulation?

Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and Glenn Mulcairewill face phone hacking charges

17.08.12

The Guardian is reporting that Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson, Glenn Mulcaire and Neville Thurlbeck will all face charges relating to phone hacking. Of the thirteen arrested, eight will face charges….

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Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and Glenn Mulcairewill face phone hacking charges

Texts, calls and stalls: How compensation firms are chasing you

09.08.12

Kate Mackenzie, Solicitor I was frustrated to read an article recently which was seeking to highlight the use of blanket text messages by accident management companies to solicit personal injury…

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Texts, calls and stalls: How compensation firms are chasing you

Rebekah Brooks To Be Charged With Perverting The Course Of Justice In Relation To Phone-Hacking

15.05.12

The Crown Prosecution Service has today announced that News International’s former chief executive Rebekah Brooks and her husband, Charlie Brooks are to be charged with perverting the course of justice…

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Rebekah Brooks To Be Charged With Perverting The Course Of Justice In Relation To Phone-Hacking

Chisora and Haye Brawl Highlights The Importance Of Reputation Management

21.02.12

Jamie Donald, Amateur Boxer, Manchester As the fallout from the Chisora and Haye press conference brawl continues, the events highlight not only the issue of criminal ramifications but reputation management….

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Chisora and Haye Brawl Highlights The Importance Of Reputation Management

The Legal Aid Bill – Everyone Affected

09.02.12

Michael Forrester – Intellectual Property & Media Associate John Prescott in the Guardian this week focuses upon the affect the Bill will have upon individuals bringing claims against large organisations…

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The Legal Aid Bill – Everyone Affected

Carlos Tevez May Sue Roberto Mancini Over Comments

26.10.11

Michael Forrester – Intellectual Property & Media Solicitor It will be interesting to see the basis of this case if brought by Carlos Tevez. Defamation is actionable when an untrue…

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Carlos Tevez May Sue Roberto Mancini Over Comments

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