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A recent High Court case concerning Arsenal Football Club has
cast serious doubt over the value of merchandising rights to the
extent that they are dependent...
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has this
week launched a new-look web site at http://www.asa.org.uk, and has
announced some changes in the...
On 22 November 2000, the State Pharmaceutical Supervision and
Administration of China (SPSAC) issued a Circular on Strengthening
the Examination and...
Amendment of Financial Conditions for Public
Funding of Litigants by the Legal Services Commission
At the end of July 2000, the government published...
Andrew Crawford advises on sorting out the legal
and practical problems on fulfilment.
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an ‘apparently’ coherent...
This article will be of interest to those who encounter copyright
issues either on a daily or more occasional basis. It provides
guidance on how to recognise...
The Telecommunications (Data Protection and Privacy) (Direct
Marketing) Regulations 1998 came into force on 1st May 1999. The
Regulations implement part...
The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill 1999 has been
introduced in the House of Lords to implement, with some
amendments, the recommendations of...
In 1990, Givenchy, a producer of luxury cosmetics, notified the
Commission of a network of selective distribution contracts. During
The investigation lasted ten years, but on 14th October 1998 the
European Commission announced that British Sugar and Tate & Lyle,
along with the sugar...
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