SMB has provided legal clearance advice for The Royal Institute Of International Affairs’ (Chatham House’s) thought-provoking series of essays focusing on the effects of the 2003 invasion of Iraq and its ongoing negative consequences for Iraq today.
Ranging from diplomats to NGO officials to those fighting inside Iraq for women’s rights, these essays are well worth reading by both those interested in events in Iraq and those concerned with the wider implications of the aftermath of regime-changing interventions globally, and the consequences of having no ‘after the event’ plan in place.
If you are interested in knowing more about legal clearance work, the SMB Partner involved was Stephen Shotnes of the Media & Communications Disputes team.
SMB’s Music department has launched a partnership with The BRIT School, the UK’s first and leading free performing and creative arts school, who are responsible… Read more
SMB’s Film and TV Team has advised its client 42, the UK/US management and production company (Outside the Wire, Watership Down), on the production, financing and distribution arrangements for its new film Silent Twins.Read more
In a judgment handed down on Tuesday 19th January, SMB won a claim to recover the domain name blackjack.com on behalf of our client, Hanger Holdings.Read more