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Libel vs slander

12 Aug 2021

Libel relates to defamatory statements in writing or in analogous forms having some degree of persistence or permanence, while slander relates to defamatory speech.

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18 Mar 2020

I can’t give a specific answer to your question (as I would need to know much more about the cirumstances) but the following points may be of use: (i) if the company was dissolved before you bought the car, you could not have bought the car from the company, as it did not legally exist […]

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11 Mar 2020

In the first instance, it would be a good idea to speak to a solicitor – one with expertise in defamation and media law generally.

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09 Mar 2020

I’m afraid I’m not able to provide much useful guidance here. A lawyer would want to review the contract in question before commenting. The law may override the express contractual terms in some circumstances. For example, if this is an English law contract, you might have an argument that you are entitled to terminate the […]

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21 Feb 2020

Thanks for your question. I’d need more information in order to give any definitive answers, but the following general points may help: photographs will usually be protected by copyright, and there is a good chance that using them without permission will constitute copyright infringement; similarly, products descriptions may be protected by copyright and if you […]

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15 Feb 2020

In English law, a contract – including an NDA – may be enforceable without signatures being witnessed. To judge whether this particular contract is enforceable, however, a lawyer would want to look at the contract itself and also gather more information about the circumstances in which it was created.

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14 Feb 2020

Yes it does. The territorial scope provisions of the GDPR are available here: https://gdpr-info.eu/art-3-gdpr/

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14 Feb 2020

The quoted statement does nothing to help you to comply with data protection law. Why not just use a free template, such as this one (from our Docular website)? https://docular.net/documents/template/174/free-privacy-policy

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21 Jan 2020

There are lots of complexities here, but the first questions to look at (from an English law perspective) are: does the EULA (aka licence agreement) for the game allow you to create and publish/distribute artwork in this way? Does the EULA allow you to earn money in this way? If the EULA allows for this […]

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