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JMW Solicitors London
JMW is a top 100 law firm with offices across the UK.
Our London office is ideally located in the heart of the City, providing a wide range of services to corporate and individual clients in all aspects of their business and private lives. We are modern, forward-thinking lawyers who are passionate about delivering excellent client service, success and value. Many of our solicitors are leaders in their fields and are well regarded by the legal directories, including Chambers and Partners, and the Legal 500.
The full service nature of the firm means we can provide complete solutions to complex problems across all areas of law.
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New regulations ending the, somewhat extended, Covid-era of longer residential possession notice periods were laid before Parliament on 8 September. This change is being achieved by suspending most provisions set out in Schedule 29 of the Coronavirus Act 2020, which originally introduced the extended notice periods. These regulations apply to England only, Wales is doing its own thing.
Yesterday the Government confirmed that the restrictions on the presentation of winding up petitions would be lifted on 30 September 2021, as planned.
You have probably heard that knife crime is on the rise, it’s quite hard to miss with all the attention grabbing headlines in the press. The numbers are shocking. Already this year there have been 17 deaths of teenagers from knives in London alone. Most recently the country reacted with horror to the death of James Markham, who was stabbed to death outside his home. The alleged assailant, who has been charged with murder, is a 14 year old boy.
Is there a blurred line between copyright infringement and simply taking inspiration from a piece of work?
As a singer and music lover, I have always taken inspiration from the works of famous artists. However, since working on copyright infringement cases, I am slowly becoming aware of the thin line between taking inspiration from an existing song or indeed any work, and becoming embroiled in a copyright dispute case.
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