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London & the consumer

United Kingdom - April 15 2021 The pandemic has upended UK consumers' lives over the past year as lockdowns and tiered restrictions have limited the activities that are core to…

Graeme Payne

London & the tourist

United Kingdom - April 5 2021 COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on the tourism sector in London and far beyond. Stay-at-home orders in place across the globe have led to…

Stuart Cairns, Karen Friebe

Statutory damages - the UK’s first post-Brexit copyright reform?

European Union, United Kingdom - October 14 2020 In Canada, the US and a number of other common-law countries, copyright owners who win infringement claims can elect to receive statutory damages, a…

COVID-19 and the Media, Entertainment & Sport Sector: A Step-by-Step Guide

United Kingdom - April 8 2020 The media, entertainment and sport sector is feeling the impact as COVID-19 begins to cause huge global disruption to events and supply chains. Major…

Richard McMorris, Esme Strathcole

When does hyperlinking infringe copyright? UK High Court addresses linking to internet radio stations

United Kingdom - November 1 2019 The UK High Court has this morning handed down its judgment in a hyperlinking test case in which Sony Music and Warner Music sued TuneIn* for…