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28/07/2009 - Leniency and Civil Claims: Should Leniency Programmes Extend to Private Actions?

Principal Jonathan Green and senior consultant Iona McCall have their article published in Competition Law Insight on 28 July 2009

01/06/2009 - Proposed Changes to Exemptions from Public Performance Rights in Sound Recordings and Performers Rights:Amending the Copyright Designs and Patents Act

This study was an impact assessment for the UKIPO of proposed changes to UK Copyright law. Specifically, these proposed changes relate to the current exemptions from public performance rights in sound recordings and performers’ rights.  The focus of this study was to assess the impact of proposed changes on collecting societies, Users (i.e. those publicly playing copyright music), copyright holders as well as the wider impacts on society (i.e. through possible impacts on the incentive to innovate). Click the title to view the report through the IPO website.

01/06/2009 - Impact Assessment of Proposed Changes to Part L of the Building Regulations

The Europe Economics Impact Assessment of changes to energy efficiency standards for new buildings and some existing buildings has been published by the Department for Communities and Local Government as part of a Consultation. This includes detailed modelling of the impact of different approaches to cutting CO2 emissions from buildings, and the costs and benefits of the changes.

26/03/2009 - Pricing Principles for the Unconditioned Local Loop Services (ULLS) in Australia - The Conceptual

  A report assessing methods which should be used to determine the prices to be charged by Telstra for use of its local loop, in particular for the Unconditioned Local Loop Service (ULLS)

01/03/2009 - Best Value tendering for CDS Contracts 2010; The Legal Services Commission Consultation Paper March 2009

Response to the Legal Services Commission from the Bar Council and the Criminal Bar Association to the proposed Best Value Tendering (BVT) process.