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01 Sep 2015 in Media & Entertainment, Advertising & Marketing By Jo Farmer
Jo Farmer has been quoted in an article by The Drum which discusses the use of autoplay functions by Facebook and Twitter following the tragic shooting of two journalists last week in Virginia. Jo comments on how the feature becomes problematic when viewers get no warning that they’re about to see potentially distressful content.
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13 Aug 2015 in Corporate & M&A, Mergers & Acquisitions, Advertising & Marketing
Lewis Silkin has advised the shareholders of Fripp Sandeman & Partners (FSP), the UK-based retail consultancy, on its acquisition by international marketing services group, St Ives plc.
10 Aug 2015 in Corporate & M&A
Lewis Silkin, a leading law firm to creative agencies, has advised Four Communications Group, the UK’s sixth largest independent communications agency, on its £10m investment of equity finance from Business Growth Fund (BGF).
28 Jul 2015 in Dispute Resolution, Commercial Litigation, Financial Services By Mark Lim, Fraser McKeating
Lewis Silkin has successfully defended its client Trust Risk Group S.p.A. (“TRG”) against an anti-arbitration injunction brought by AmTrust Europe Limited (“AmTrust”).
23 Jul 2015 in Sport By Alex Kelham
Alex Kelham has been quoted in an article by SportsPro Magazine. Following the arrest of a number of senior officials and marketing executives and the impending departure of Sepp Blatter, its longstanding president, the article examines Fifa's uncertain future and the possible backlash from sponsors.