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Ward Hadaway Solicitor Nominated For National Diversity Legal Award

Fameeda Shafiq, a solicitor in the Licensing & Regulatory team at Ward Hadaway based in the firm’s Manchester office will go up against competition from across the country after being shortlisted in the Rising Star category of the UK...
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Ward Hadaway Takes a Break In Celebration Of New Appointments

Andrew Craven, Sarah Adamson and Holly Vevers from the Newcastle office, Mona Mojtabavi and Tom Goodburn from the Manchester office and Natalie Payne from the Leeds office, were joined by Ward Hadaway’s managing partner Martin Hulls and executive partners...
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Full Steam Ahead For Ward Hadaway’s 30th Anniversary

The Discovery Museum in Newcastle was a hive of activity on Thursday, July 5th as celebrations got under way set against the backdrop of the iconic Robert Stephenson steam locomotive Rocket.  The Rocket is on loan to Discovery Museum from the Science Museum Group, as part of Great...
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Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Copyright

The High Court has ruled against the UK Government in a judicial review case about its decision to introduce a private copying exemption into copyright law. The review was initiated by the Musicians Union (MU), the British Academy of...
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BPI: Jesus Walks

The BPI is due to take a file sharing service called ‘Dancing Jesus’ to criminal trial this month. Now read that sentence back and try and keep a straight face this time. The tables were turned when Dancing Jesus...


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