Analogies of Khadija Alabady v Muhammad Ali Akram [2021] EWHC 2467 (QB)

Should a parent bear a portion of liability? (Contributory negligence involving minors) The above case law has dealt with a poignant element in the concept of contributory negligence under the law of tort. In an event that a child is in the presence of a parent on a busy road and then suffers a road …

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Copyright Infringement in the UK

If someone is copying your own original and creative work as their own or it is being used in a way you have not consented to, you have legal options. Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (CDPA 1988), the copyright owner has the exclusive rights to carry out a number of various acts such as copying, distributing, performing or adapting a piece of work. The …

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Social Media And Defamation Claims in the UK

With the option to “share” and “retweet” social media content, false or intentionally misleading accusations have the potential to reach a wide audience of people and damage the reputations of individuals and businesses substantially.

If you have been a victim of social media defamation there are legal channels available to secure removal, obtain compensation for damages and ensure non-repetition. Contact us and we can inform you of the legal options available to you in further detail.

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5 things you Should know about Book Publishing Law

If you have recently written a book and are wanting more information on book publishing law before seeking publication from a publishing house, this post will help you to consider the elements of your work requiring legal support and protection. Here are 5 things to consider when it comes to book publishing law and the …

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