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September 04th 2014

Business leaders and local professionals from across Gloucestershire viewed some of the biggest names in modern sculpture during Willans solicitors’ private view of Crucible2 last night.

In the 1970s, internationally famous reggae singer and songwriter Bob Marley attributed certain songs to other artists, including one of his most famous hits ‘No woman, no cry’, to avoid copyright and royalties going to his record company. 

On 25 June the government introduced the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill which is designed to improve the legislative environment for small businesses and to enhance transparency of UK corporate ownership, as partner Theresa Grech of our company commercial team explains...

Our managaing partner Margaret Austen has spoken of the importance of Gloucester hosting art exhibitions like Crucible2.

A local photographer is in dispute with Wikipedia over copyright of the grinning monkey selfies taken on his trip to Indonesia in 2011.

Our rural expert, Rupert Burchett explains the advantages of making voluntary applications for first registration of landowner's property.

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