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Herbert Smith Freehills
At the European level, on 24 January 2019 the European Commission announced the adoption of an amendment to Decision 2008/411/EC that will harmonise the radio spectrum in the 3.4-3.8 GHz.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
As part of a continuous attempt to move away from geoblocking and towards a Digital Single Market ("DSM"), the European Commission
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Marks & Clerk
IP law, particularly copyright, has always been very important within the entertainment world, most notably for books, films and music.
Marks & Clerk
Released in 1966, The Endless Summer follows two surfers on a trip around the world, in search of the perfect new surf spot.
Withers LLP
…anyone who has suffered the slings and arrows of outrageous media attention without then having to take arms against a sea of reputation troubles
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Inner House of the Court of Session has recently handed down judgment in a reclaiming motion (appeal) that concerned the defender's liability to make payment of £800,000 in terms of a personal...
Withers LLP
There are several interesting aspects to the case of AAA v Rakoff & others – and none of them to be discussed here include that it is a case about secret filming in an adult entertainment venue.
Taylor Vinters
Last week my TV literally went bang. I didn't know that was a thing any more. Cue an online search, and a couple of days later a "smart TV" was delivered
ICSA
Environmental, social and governance or ESG is a term we hear a lot about in relation to the boardroom, but perhaps we think about it less when we are slumped on the sofa
Charles Russell Speechlys
Premier League football continues to be a desirable product that, over the next three years, will attract roughly £9.35billion in TV broadcast revenue
Charles Russell Speechlys
Ofcom has recently launched a consultation on the introduction of two new rules to help protect the wellbeing of people taking part in TV and radio programmes.
DLA Piper
Historically, countries such as the US and Australia have been the most active proponents of Class Action activity, but the picture is changing across the UK and Europe and it is vital that our clients are alive to the potential risks that this brings.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In light of the prevalence of global on-demand and internet content services (such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and YouTube)
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
World Rugby has abandoned its plans to launch a new Nations Championship competition after failing to get the necessary support
Charles Russell Speechlys
"Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does".
Duff and Phelps
Despite Premier League sponsorship deal values increasing exponentially over time, it still seems that stadium naming rights are a significantly underutilized revenue stream for clubs.
Marks & Clerk
What do The Sword of Damocles, Morton Heilig's Sensorama, and the 18th century apparatus La Nature à Coup d'Œil all have in common?
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
Disney often seem to find themselves the subject of IP related lawsuits.
Charles Russell Speechlys
The government recently published the Broadcasting (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 (the "Regulations"), which will come into force in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Marks & Clerk
A group called The Satanic Temple recently sued Netflix and Warner Group for $50 million on the basis that Netflix had infringed the copyright in their statue of the deity Baphomet
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