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Gender Equality & Lord Sumption

The Supreme Court Judge, Lord Sumption, has provoked a substantial debate on his comments regarding women reaching the higher echelons of...

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Monkey Business – Who owns the copyright in the macaque selfie

A case brought in America by PETA brings forward some interesting points for discussion about the creation and subsistence of copyright.

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The High Street lawyer - alive and well

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Nice Lidl earner

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Technology groups warned on stricter financial regulation

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Time travel now possible

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Cost with no value: bending to demand

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Using music outside of licence is stealing...

In this situation there is little that Mr Rietveldt could have done to prevent the infringement that occurred. He gave a limited licence...

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Demand for free help almost doubles since cuts to legal aid

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Factoring nimble compliance into product design will attract savvy investors

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Data protection is leading concern for law firms

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Nepal bans surrogacy for foreigners

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Asian infrastructure boom draws global firm to Australia

“You can't be the international market leader in the infrastructure sector without a very powerful and compelling proposition across Asia,”

Pinsent Masons' recently launched Australian office will have a narrow infrastructure focus, with the firm citing a groundswell of work...…

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