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Media law firm consultant moves to top legal post with Sony

21st November 2012

An experienced solicitor who was most recently working as a consultant to a top London media law firm is to take on the role of senior vice-president for corporate business and legal affairs at Sony Picture Television…

London Evening Standard case thrown out at High Court

21st November 2012

An attempt to sue a London Evening Standard journalist for alleged misuse of private information or breach of confidence has been roundly dismissed by a leading judge at the High Court, who has branded the case an…

Demoted employee receives £98 after Facebook post dispute

20th November 2012

A man at the centre of a dispute concerning a Facebook post expressing his opposition to gay marriage has been awarded the net sum of £98 in damages after being demoted by his employers. Adrian Smith was ruled by…

Responsibility increases for in-house lawyers

19th November 2012

One of the world’s largest professional services groups have claimed that their research shows more and more lawyers with in-house jobs are being called upon to offer general commercial advice due to the ever…

City firms called upon to complete major shale license coup

19th November 2012

San Leon Energy, who are based in the Republic of Ireland, are in line to become the company which has more of an investment in Polish shale licenses than any other foreign business. If this development is finalised and…

Dispute between RBS and entrepreneur heads towards climax

16th November 2012

It is understood that the High Court will host a hearing of the bitter dispute between financial services giant Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and the entrepreneur Sir Keith Mills towards the end of the month, hopefully…

Nine firms launch actions against alleged negligent doctor

15th November 2012

Doctor Ian Paterson, a surgeon who has recently been suspended by the General Medical Council after accusations were made against him carrying out ‘unnecessary or inappropriate’ operations, is facing lawsuits…

Indemnity ruling forces Apple to pay Samsung court fees

15th November 2012

A leading judge has ordered the technology giants Apple to pay all legal fees incurred by its bitter rival, Samsung, in their recent court case, after they issued what has been branded a ‘misleading’ apology. …