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Coronavirus: The impact on the live events sector

We are all having to consider our ongoing response to the threat of coronavirus, both personal and professional. UK government...

Mark Sampson (former England Women’s Football Team Head Coach) successfully defends FA charge of improper…

The FA today published their decision in the matter of The FA v Mark Sampson. Mark, at the time Caretaker...

RUSSELLS FEATURED IN TODAY’S THE TIMES

Steven Tregear, Partner and head of litigation, and Callum Galbraith, litigation Senior Associate are featured in today’s The Times online...

Article: Goldscheider v The Royal Opera House – A Sound Judgment?

It might be said that noise is to music what words are to poetry: the latter cannot live without the...

Music Week – HAVE UK SONGWRITERS GOT TO GIVE IT UP?

Since the controversial Blurred Lines copyright infringement ruling of 2015, a wave of plagiarism claims appear to have hit the...

PPL – Presentation to Client Relations Team

This week, as part of the PPL’s ongoing internal training, Victoria Armstrong of our litigation department and Simon Jordan of...

AIM Academy Legal Training Day

The Association of Independent Music held its first AIM Academy Legal Training day on 15 March 2017.  Ellen Gallagher of...

Legal Update: Copyright

Victoria Armstrong discusses recent developments on hyperlinking and the European Commission’s proposals for a digital single market. September was a...