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Do you need a copyright licence? download
Last year Brighton and Hove Council agreed to pay the Copyright Licensing Agency an undisclosed sum in respect of retrospective licence fees and legal costs.
A decision in a recent case further exhorts disputing parties and their lawyers to treat seriously any request to take part in alternative dispute resolution.
Walker Morris’s little green ibook explains the ins and outs of the most popular schemes.
Martin Retail Group Ltd v Crawley Borough Council: the Competition Act 1998 ‘lands’ a council with a problem download
The Central London County Court has ruled that a restriction on use in a lease breaches the Chapter I prohibition of the Competition Act 1998.
In Chandler v Cape, it was held that a parent company owed a direct duty of care to an employee of a subsidiary who contracted asbestosis.
The last few months have seen many announcements in relation to changes expected in the employment law arena.
The CMA is consulting on a provisional decision to refer the market for the supply of retail banking services to PCA customers and to SMEs for a phase II market investigation.
It could soon become commonplace for consumer disputes to be dealt with online… thanks to the anticipated UK implementation of European law.
Making a CPR Part 36 offer is one of the most useful tools in litigation. But what happens when there are several defendants?
A recent decision gave a claimant a sharp reminder of why it is important to ensure that the particulars of your claim are pleaded (i.e. described) fully.
After eight months of uncertainty and legal angst, the Court of Appeal has clarified the Mitchell guidance.
Defamation is a serious allegation and there are strict rules about how parties should make such a claim in formal legal proceedings.
The High Court has made a practical decision to correct inaccurate terms in two pension agreements to reflect what the parties had originally agreed.
Is an agreement to have ‘friendly discussions’ before going to arbitration or litigation enforceable? (It can be...) download
In Emirates Trading Agency v Prime Mineral Exports, the court had to examine the dispute resolution procedures agreed by the parties in their contract.
In Kruppa v Benedetti & Anor, the claimant started court proceedings but the defendant argued there was a valid agreement to arbitrate.
On 2 July, the EU Commission published a number of documents aimed at moving the EU towards a circular economy.
The High Court has considered whether a claimant waived privilege in confidential documents simply because they had been seen by someone other than the claimant and his lawyer.
Walker Morris’s David Hinchliffe has been named Sports Lawyer of the Year at Finance Monthly’s Law Awards.
Walker Morris has been ranked as one of the UK’s top graduate employers in the latest Guardian UK 300 listings.
The FCA has published the above consultation paper, which sets out its intended approach to the implementation of a price cap for high-cost, short-term credit.