Three little stories in the press this week have posed what we believe are some interesting legal issues. Whilst the stories are all international, we approach them from a UK law perspective
Our attention has been caught by the recent story of a legal row between an artist and her former studio & workshop. In a nutshell Gypsy Hill Workshop (the ‘Workshop’’) have allegedly sold items which they claim are the ‘work’ of artist Angelique Hartigan.
On 22 September, Transport for London issued a statement. It had decided, pending its expiry on 30 September, that Uber’s ‘private hire operator licence’ would not be renewed.
A little story in the Guardian set the ‘Wryly Comic’ light flashing on the M Law Media Watch Switchboard this morning. Please read the original article here. Fact yet again is stranger than fiction. It appears that German World Champion and Manchester United flagship
The extent to which you can protect a TV format has long been a muddy area of UK law. The high profile spat between Simon Fuller and Simon Cowell was perhaps to decide – or at least provide guidance on – this area of law once and for all. Fuller took Cowell