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Wiggin LLP | United Kingdom | 13 May 2022

Government publishes white paper on broadcasting

The government wants to act to "support our system of public service broadcasting, using our new legislative freedoms to deliver a regulatory framework in the best interests of the UK". In the government's view, it "must now deliver much needed reform". This has resulted in a new white paper. The government says that its "ambitious policy programme" is "essential" for the United Kingdom to......
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Constantine Cannon LLP | USA | 23 Dec 2021

Catch of the Week: Privatized Military Housing Contractor Pays Over $65 Million to Resolve Criminal and False Claims Act Allegations

Government contractors are held to high standards in the performance of their contracts or services because of the direct impact to government…
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Anthony Gold | United Kingdom | 1 Oct 2021

Stansfield v BBC

On 8 February 2013 Jem Stansfield a presenter of the BBC’s popular science programme Bang Goes the Theory, was injured whilst working as a presenter…
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Wiggin LLP | United Kingdom | 6 Aug 2021

Ofcom publishes study on news consumption in United Kingdom

A recent Ofcom study looked at how adults and older children (aged 12–15) in the United Kingdom consumed news across TV, radio, print, social media, podcasts, other internet sources and magazines. The study found that young people are significantly more likely to keep up with news using the Internet than TV or other sources.
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 25 Jun 2021

“Broadcasting” white paper on the horizon as the DCMs considers tighter regulation of vod services to boost UK’s media landscape

On 23 June 2021, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (“DCMS“) announced plans to consult on extending its existing regulatory remit…
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5SAH Chambers | United Kingdom | 25 Mar 2020

Child arrangements in separated families in the COVID-19 pandemic: Gemma Lindfield & Maria Scotland

At 8:30 PM on the evening of Monday the 23rd March 2020, Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the nation and told us: “I am giving the British…
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Fieldfisher | United Kingdom | 28 Jan 2020

Mark Bowman comments on press reports on NHS clinical negligence legal fees bill

It is always difficult to read in the press stories that focus on the legal costs of clinical negligence cases involving the NHS. This week on the BBC…
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De Berti Jacchia Franchini Forlani Studio Legale | Russia | 23 Jul 2019

Battle for BBC Top Gear trademark in Russia

The name of the world popular BBC program "Top Gear" was registered as a trademark in Russia in 2015 in the name of The British Broadcasting…
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Virtuoso Legal | China, Global, Indonesia, etc. | 6 Jun 2019

IP Top 10: May - “Superman” Shot Down in Indonesia

This month's IP Top 10 has a host of interesting headlines for your coffee break. Without further ado - here are the ten stories (in no particular…
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Lexology | European Union, United Kingdom, USA | 1 May 2019

Cutting the cord: the rise of Netflix and other OTT streaming services

Over the past few years, the media and entertainment industry has witnessed a seismic shift in the way its products are consumed. The rise of…
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