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Pirate Party not giving up after BPI legal action

19.12.12

Press Statement UK political group, the Pirate Party insists it will continue to fight for digital rights despite being threatened with legal action by the UK’s music industry body over…

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Pirate Party not giving up after BPI legal action

BREAKING: Gary McKinnon will NOT be extradited to the US

16.10.12

The home secretary, Theresa May has announced that the extradition of Gary McKinnon to the US will be blocked on health grounds. Speaking at the House of Commons, Ms May…

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BREAKING: Gary McKinnon will NOT be extradited to the US

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

Patent Protection For Computer Related Technologies

06.06.11

The UK’s position on the granting of patent protection for computer related technologies is sometimes difficult to pin down. We have a system that was designed before the abundance of…

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Patent Protection For Computer Related Technologies

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

Website Owners Urged Not To Promise 100% Confidentiality To Their Customers

08.04.11

It has become common practice for website owners to rely on standard terms and conditions when dealing with customers and advertisers on the internet. At a recent court hearing, The…

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Website Owners Urged Not To Promise 100% Confidentiality To Their Customers

LG v Sony – The Blue-Ray Battle

08.03.11

It was widely reported last week that LG obtained a legal injunction against Sony which subsequently banned the importation of PS3 games consoles into Europe. Thousands of PS3 games consoles were seized…

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LG v Sony – The Blue-Ray Battle

From folklore to IP infringement, Kenya’s creative sector is stepping up

24.11.10

During a recent visit to Kenya at the behest of The British Council, I spoke with representatives of businesses in the creative sector. They operate in an uncertain legal context:…

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From folklore to IP infringement, Kenya’s creative sector is stepping up

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