A case note on corporate manslaughter

The Court of Appeal recently considered the appropriate sentence to be imposed in a case of gross negligence manslaughter.

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Copyright breached by hyperlinking

A case note on copyright: In the UK, the right of copyright is automatic: it belongs to the creator of an original work, and there is no need to apply for it or register it.

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A beginner’s guide to Conveyancing

Buying, selling or re-mortgaging your home? Whether you are dipping your toe into the housing market for the first time, or looking to make your next move, to understand conveyancing you need to know some key terms.

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Vicarious liability revisited

What does 'in the course of employment' actually mean? In our latest blog post, we consider recent developments in the law of the workplace.

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Developments in Data Protection

On 23 June 2016, the UK voted by referendum to leave the EU.  If, and when, ‘Brexit’ occurs, the UK will need to be able to continue to trade with EU member states, and to do so the UK will be required to comply with EU standards.

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