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Taylor Vinters
Superstar footballer Lionel Messi usually graces the newspapers' sports pages, and whilst the press focused on his Manchester City transfer saga, Messi has been making headlines for another reason.
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
The UK ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) appears to be coming out of Covid-19 induced hibernation.
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
October each year is celebrated as Black History Month (BHM). It was first officially celebrated in the UK in 1987, but it is particularly important this given the events of 2020 and the emergence...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
As an IP lawyer fascinated by the interaction between sports, esports and gaming, it is no surprise that the story of Burger King's Stevenage FC campaign caught my eye.
Kemp IT Law
Digital Transformation has received a hefty shove online in 2020. Richard Kemp, partner at Kemp IT Law, looks at the key legal features of the rapidly changing landscape...
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
Space exploration does not come cheap. Ask Elon Musk. Or Richard Branson. Or NASA. So the news that Estée Lauder are going to pay $17,500 per hour for astronauts on the International...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Following mounting pressure, including an advertising boycott of Facebook earlier this year, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have agreed to create a unified definition of harmful content...
Mayer Brown
New Rules for Online Platforms and Search Engines Offering Services to Businesses in the EU and the UK.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
After six years, and the first legal battle over the ownership of street art, Banksy's Art Buff reappeared in Folkestone, England. The mural depicts a woman gazing at an empty plinth.
Gowling WLG
When does 'taking inspiration' cross the line? Panel with John Ayton MBE (Links of London, Annoushka), Martin Darbyshire (tangerine)...
Withers LLP
The first half of 2020 has seen the cancellation of a great number of internationally-renowned sporting events because of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. All sports, from football to ...
Marks & Clerk
Music has a unique ability to inspire and motivate, so it is unsurprising that politicians regularly seek to increase their cultural capital by using popular music during their election campaigns.
BCL Solicitors LLP
Julian Hayes and Greta Barkle discuss how social media platforms are used by fraudsters, the criminal sanctions already available to tackle the problem, and how regulators are joining forces to clean up the online space.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Late last week, the Advertising Standards Authority published the results of an investigation into online advertising on platforms frequented by children, seeking to ascertain whether advertisers...
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
In July, the UK competition authority published the final report on its study of online platforms and digital advertising.
Gilson Gray
On Friday 14th August the Scottish Government put in place new restrictions such as no background music and also made the collection of data from those entering your premises law.
Gilson Gray
The Scottish Government made the requirement to obtain information about visitors to hospitality premises law and not just guidance as of 14th August 2020.
Mayer Brown
In July 2020, the Platform to Business Regulation (EU) 2019/1150 ("P2B Regulation") on promoting fairness and transparency for business users...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Before the pandemic hit and changed the landscape of the sports industry, concern had already begun to grow within traditional sports that the viewing demographic was ageing unsustainably...
Gilson Gray
Many licensed trade and hospitality premises are hoping to reopen their doors this Wednesday, 15th July, after months of closure. There is new Scottish Government...
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