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Dehns
In a recent decision, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that brand owners can prevent sales of luxury goods through online marketplaces, such as Amazon ...
Field Fisher
Tax credits in the United Kingdom ("UK"), including those for film and television production, are currently subject to European Union ("EU") state aid rules.
Field Fisher
In April 2017 the European Parliament's Committee on Culture and Education voted to amend the proposal for an updated EU Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD).
Dentons
In a much-publicised recent case, the Supreme Court has considered two issues: first, whether it is necessary to prove dishonesty in order to make out an offence of cheating ...
Keystone Law
Spotify has 50 million paying customers and generates annual revenue of around $3 billion.
MJ Hudson
2008 was a year that rattled the financial world, but it shook indie film producers as much as anyone.
MJ Hudson
Film and television EIS investments have never been more popular.
Brodies LLP
This will affect society lotteries (and the associated external lottery managers and charities) and in particular umbrella, branded or multiple society lotteries.
Field Fisher
In a step to further protect children and ensure that they are used in advertising in a socially responsible manner, the ASA has introduced a prohibition ...
Shepherd & Wedderburn
The Business of Sport group turn their attention to tennis and cricket in its series of articles focussing on gambling in sport.
Field Fisher
Marketers should be aware that the Committee of Advertising Practice ("CAP") has recently published guidance about advertising "free trial" or other promotional subscriptions in the UK.
Deloitte
Amsterdam has been named as the most attractive European city for hotel investment for the second consecutive year, according to an annual survey of senior hospitality industry leaders by Deloitte.
Goodman Derrick LLP
An embarrassing and potentially damaging rift has opened between the International Olympic Committee and the FIS over their treatment of six Russian skiers that were recently banned ...
Carter-Ruck
Defamation in sport has been in the news recently with three major cases involving iconic tennis player Rafael Nadal in France...
Gowling WLG
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Field Fisher
The Budget Statement announced measures for 'ensuring that EIS is not used as a shelter for low-risk capital preservation schemes'.
Field Fisher
There have been a number of decisions in the UK Courts where internet service providers ("ISPs") have been subject to blocking orders to prevent consumers from accessing websites ...
Field Fisher
In an era where sport is being consumed on an ever expanding number of media, the particular rights licensed by rights holders to their licensee in media outlets are becoming more heavily negotiated.
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
On 26 November 2017, The Telegraph on Sunday published an expos้ of the activities of Wesley Perkins, described as "one of Britain's most prolific cybersquatters".
Field Fisher
Up until now, providers used "up to" speed claims, such as "up to 300mbps", meaning that such speeds had to available to at least 10% of their customers.
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Shepherd & Wedderburn
The Business of Sport group turn their attention to tennis and cricket in its series of articles focussing on gambling in sport.
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
The new Electronic Communications Code comes into force on Thursday 28 December 2017 with some significant changes for property owners.
Brodies LLP
This will affect society lotteries (and the associated external lottery managers and charities) and in particular umbrella, branded or multiple society lotteries.
Dehns
In a recent decision, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that brand owners can prevent sales of luxury goods through online marketplaces, such as Amazon ...
Field Fisher
In a step to further protect children and ensure that they are used in advertising in a socially responsible manner, the ASA has introduced a prohibition ...
Wright Hassall LLP
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TLT Solicitors
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