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“Clients say ‘they’re very good at knowledge-sharing’.”

Chambers UK, 2016

27 March 2017 - News

Watchdog found to have seriously breached BBC editorial guidelines

The governing body of the BBC, the BBC Trust, has found that a 2015 Watchdog programme featuring Pets at Home lacked accuracy.

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03 March 2017 - News

Screen: Filming with drones – a legal guide

Partner Sarah Lazarides shares her top tips on what you need to know before using drones on a film shoot in a feature for Screen.

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27 February 2017 - News

Tech companies urged to tackle cyberbullying

Technology companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Apple may face sanctions unless they do more to prevent cyberbullying and trolling on social media. As part of a new internet safety strategy, government ministers will meet with tech giants and urge…

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23 February 2017 - eBulletins

Fashion Week eBulletin: ‘see-now-buy-now’ and the Consumer Rights Act, shop workers’ rights and an increase in IP protection

In our latest eBulletin, we discuss the legal implications for designers and consumers of the ‘see-now-buy-now’ model, changes to shop workers’ rights to opting out of working on Sundays and an increase in IP protection.

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23 February 2017 - News

Harbottle & Lewis advises RSRCHXchange on its strategic investment from Euclid Opportunities

Harbottle & Lewis has advised RSRCHXchange, a cloud-based marketplace and MiFID II workflow solution for accessing institutional research, on its strategic investment from Euclid Opportunities, NEX Group’s financial technology investment business. The investment will enable RSRCHXchange to continue to expand…

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23 February 2017 - News

Don’t get caught out on a Sunday: important changes to working rights for shop workers

Changes to shop workers’ rights to opt out of working on Sundays, as part of the Enterprise Act 2016, will mean retailers will need to start preparing now. Under the Act, there will be reduced notice periods for shop workers…

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