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Tweeting On the Wrong Side of the Law: Part 1

In the opening gambit to a series of blogs on Twitter use and its relationship with the Law, we provide a brief overview of recent high-profile Twitter legal controversies, before assessing how teenagers are using twitter to their cost. Our Prime Minister once opined live on national radio that ‘too many tweets might make a

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Cycling Accidents Tot Up

It has been a tragic time for London’s cyclists of late. National news was made in the tally of 4 Londoners who’d been involved in fatal accidents on their bikes, and then a fifth and sixth victim soon followed. It is an issue that needs addressing, and not before time. But what can actually be

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The Men’s Health Survival of the Fittest Challenge 2013 for QCCA

  I awoke to a sunny Saturday morning – gleaming kit including old trainers I did not mind being destroyed – to the news that Rob had dropped out. He had done something to his hand (knowing Rob this either involved hitting or throwing) and he was going to hospital. I gathered my varied running

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Nigel’s Music Business Blog 10

The blog this week will look at music publishing. We will look very briefly at a few types of music publishing agreements and then focus on some of the more interesting clauses in a term music publishing agreement (also known as an exclusive songwriter agreement.) It should be noted that it is the songwriter in

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Nigel’s Music Business Blog 9

The blog this week will look at (using an old style recording agreement for the sake of ease and clarity rather than a modern 360 degree agreement) the many ways a record company can exploit the sound recordings and so make money out of them.   The royalty rate figure usually quoted by the record

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