Monthly Archives: July 2011

Whistle Blown on FIFAs Murky Past

With his FIFA’s ethics committee coming down like a tonne of bricks on Mohamed Bin Hammam – the once powerful executive now banned for life from all football-related activity – Sepp Blatter would hope outsiders accept he is now delivering … Continue reading

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The Hidden Cost of Listening to Music

Most businesses are already aware that it is necessary to obtain a PRS (Performing Right Society) for Music licence for the purposes of playing recorded music in business premises.  However, it is less well known that it is also necessary to … Continue reading

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Legal Professional Privilege

It has long been a principle of English law that legal professional privilege exists as regards confidential communications between a client and his or her lawyer.  The privilege (which belongs to client) prevents the contents of those communications from being … Continue reading

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Is your property listed?

English Heritage has launched a useful new online database. For the first time, there is now a single database listing the country’s 400,000 listed buildings, registered parks, gardens and battlefields, protected shipwrecks and scheduled monuments.  Searches can be made by … Continue reading

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