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RICS Service Charge Code Consultation Commences

Published on 21 April 2022. By Alexandra Anderson, Partner and Sophie Parkinson, Trainee Solicitor

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High Court clarifies new witness evidence rules and requirement for list of documents under Practice Direction 57AC

Published on 20 December 2021. By Daniel Hemming, Partner and Sophie Parkinson, Trainee Solicitor

Only list the documents used to refresh the memory of the witness, use the statement of best practice as a checklist and follow the principles of the practice direction: these are some of the main points arising out of the decision in Mansion Place Ltd v Fox Industrial Services Ltd [2021] EWHC 2747 (TCC), the first decision to give substantial guidance on the new witness statement rules under Practice Direction (PD) 57 AC.

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(Sex) Pistols at dawn over Danny Boyle's new biopic series

Published on 19 July 2021. By Sophie Parkinson, Trainee Solicitor

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Sex Pistols band members accuse frontman John Lydon of being No Fun and creating Anarchy for refusing to authorise licences for the use of the band's music in Danny Boyle's forthcoming TV series, Pistol.

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(Sex) Pistols at dawn over Danny Boyle's new biopic series

Published on 19 July 2021. By Sophie Parkinson, Trainee Solicitor

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Sex Pistols band members accuse frontman John Lydon of being No Fun and creating Anarchy for refusing to authorise licences for the use of the band's music in Danny Boyle's forthcoming TV series, Pistol.

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Streaming platforms to consolidate? "The stuff that dreams are made of"

Published on 10 June 2021. By Sophie Parkinson, Trainee Solicitor

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Discovery and AT&T's WarnerMedia are merging to create a streaming behemoth named Warner Bros. Discovery, and Amazon is reportedly in talks to acquire Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM). Will this mark a trend in the consolidation of streaming platforms, and what are the implications?

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