PRS for Music (the UK’s collecting body that licenses organisations to play, perform or make available copyright music), together with STIM and GEMA (their Swedish and German equivalents), have signed up to an integrated music licensing and processin
The Court of Appeal (CA) has held that when bringing a claim of indirect discrimination, an individual must prove personal disadvantage, as well as group disadvantage caused by the provision, criterion or practice (PCP).
Thai Airways ('Thai') was awarded damages of over $100,000,000 in a Judgment by the High Court dated 11 May 2015 in its claim against K1 Holdings Co Limited ('Koito') arising from delays in its aerospace and defence supply chain.
The Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) programme has been rolling out worldwide from April this year. From the end of July, pupils of all nationalities applying for a Tier 4 visa to come and study at an independent school will need to apply for a BRP.
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