The world of rugby underwent a major transition at the turn of the millennium, as the shift in culture following the professionalisation of the game in the mid-90s started to take root.
A discussion on the challenges brought by the use of social media for the business sector.
An insights into the legal implications of the latest media and technology developments.
The ASA has upheld a complaint against the Volkswagen Group for claiming a fuel efficiency for one of its cars of 68.9 mpg on the "combined cycle".
The English High Court's recent decision in Executive Grapevine v Wall provides another example of claimants making good use of database right in order to protect their IPRs.
Twitter provides a platform for people all over the world to instantly share news, announcements, thoughts and opinions about any topic, at any time of the day.
From advertising and selling to communicating with customers, the internet provides UK businesses with a wealth of opportunities.
A discussion on why 2012 was a defining media year.
The Government has published proposals to appoint a utility-style economic regulator for UK retail payments systems.
Consumers have never been so well connected, as they are embracing digital media and are increasingly confident about interacting online.
The recent release of David Bowie's new album sent a major shock wave through the music industry and caused many 'respectable' and 'serious' programmes and publications to fall over themselves in fawning admiration.
The ECJ has ruled on a reference from the High Court, giving helpful clarification on what constitutes a communication to the public for the purposes of the Info Soc Directive.
This report, conducted by Deloitte on behalf of the Association of British Bookmakers, provides an update of the January 2010 report 'The Full Picture’ to demonstrate the value of the Betting Industry to the British economy.
TVCatchup Limited (TVC) is an internet television service, which launched in 2007.
A discussion on how the criminal law has tried to get to grips with social media.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that television broadcasters may prohibit the retransmission of their programmes by another company via the Internet.
The Cloud Industry Forum is calling for greater education and promotion by ICANN about the proposed gTLD registry consultation process, and to ensure it has taken appropriate actions to ensure the consequences are understood and feedback is sought rather than passively awaiting a deadline.
The 2012 Northern Irish case of Morrow v Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council  NIQB 50 serves as an important reminder of the inherent risks in sporting activity. Injuries can, and often do, occur, however, the law will not always easily sanction compensation.
Advertising and marketing communications can have a profound effect on consumers as well as the financial success of brands.
A discussion on the importance of advertising and marketing communications, which have a profound effect on consumers as well as the financial success of brands.