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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

Premier League TV Rights Case Raises Serious Intellectual Property Issues

04.10.11

Michael Forrester- Business Litigation Solicitor The decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (“ECJ”) released today is the outcome expected, but may have far reaching consequences comments…

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Premier League TV Rights Case Raises Serious Intellectual Property Issues

Stop…Step Away From The Cookie Jar

19.05.11

The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011 (“the Regulations”) come into force on 26 May 2011. They make a number of changes to the law relating, primarily,…

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Stop…Step Away From The Cookie Jar

Buying Music From Foreign Websites – A Legal Viewpoint

27.04.11

Q. Is there anything in British law which currently states whether buying music from foreign websites is legal, illegal or unknown? A. Music is protected by copyright, and buying music…

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Buying Music From Foreign Websites – A Legal Viewpoint

Babel’s Tweet Caught Offside

10.01.11

Reports are circulating that the Liverpool footballer, Ryan Babel may face disciplinary action following his tweeted comment at the weekend. A spoof photo appeared on his twitter account showing the…

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Babel’s Tweet Caught Offside

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

Independent Letters: Licensing for live performance

23.09.10

Feargal Sharkey (“The act killing live music”, 20 September) focuses on the licensing problems that musicians are faced with when dealing with live performances. However the same ramifications for other…

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Independent Letters: Licensing for live performance

Ralli focuses on media with appointment of new partner

12.07.10

Ralli is strengthening its media department with the appointment of a new partner. Keith Arrowsmith, who was previously a partner at London firm Sprecher Grier Halberstam, specialises in intellectual property…

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Ralli focuses on media with appointment of new partner

Bavaria capitalize On Robbie Earle’s World Cup Own Goal

17.06.10

Change is coming…for the next England game I will be sourcing Bavarian beer in place of the usual Budweiser or Corona, I may even treat myself to a nice Bavaria…

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Bavaria capitalize On Robbie Earle’s World Cup Own Goal

EPO court refuses to reconsider software patentability

25.05.10

The European Patent Office’s Enlarged Board of Appeal has refused a request by EPO President Alison Brimelow to clarify the law regarding software patents. In so doing, the Enlarged Board…

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EPO court refuses to reconsider software patentability

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