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Monkey Business: The Selfie that Could Have Changed Copyright History

25th September 2018

It is something we hear about quite often in today’s media, celebrities suing publications for using their picture without permission….

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What can the Big Screen teach us about unfair terms and conditions?

6th September 2018

In a room of 100 business owners, up to 88 will be trading under non-compliant consumer contracts.  What does that…

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Open Letter on Rights for Cohabiting Couples

21st August 2018

Today is the busiest day of the year for weddings, yet marriage numbers are declining. Currently one in eight adults…

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Response to joint letter on domestic abuse from the Lord Chancellor

3rd August 2018

Last month, Penny, in her capacity as Chair of the Law Society Family Committee, drafted a joint letter with representatives…

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Barry and Billy’s Story: An Introduction to Breach of Contract

31st July 2018

A breach of contract is the failure by one party to perform their part of the contract. In order claim…

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Do I have to pay Stamp Duty on a Commercial Property?

31st July 2018

You may be familiar with Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) being the sting in the tail of any residential property…

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