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New Knowledge: Ask About...Retail, Hospitality & Leisure http://t.co/V0PH0bpczG
25 Feb 2015 2:06pm
New News: Alex Kelham: Agenda 2020 behind the headlines http://t.co/YwcPz0ToLk
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New News: Spanish, Portuguese leagues challenge FIFA TPO ban http://t.co/tLCAvwLR8i
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The January 2015 decision in the Ramsay v Love High Court case has generated huge publicity. This is not surprising given that the claimant was Gordon Ramsay, the celebrity chef, and the facts provided a window into his business affairs before the fall-out between him and his father-in-law, Christopher Hutcheson. The case has also generated interest among legal commentators since the result of the judge’s decision was to confirm that Mr Ramsay was bound to a document to which his signature had been applied by a signature writing machine (known as the “Ghostwriter”).
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