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- 37 Alcorn/Beresford.
- 38 For instance the series of improvised workshops organised by Johan Stjernholm with the Swiss dance group T42, consisting of Misato Inoue and Felix Dumeril. The result of the workshops was publicly performed by Misato, Felix, and Stjernholm in December 2010 at the Royal Academy of Dance. At other times performances were the result of much planning and practice. Jenni Wren and Johan Stjernholm in the dancers' focus group and Interview: Philip Schlesinger and Cindy Sughrue. 2 March 2010. Cindy Sughrue is Chief Executive/Executive Producer, Scottish Ballet. (Hereafter Schlesinger/Sughrue.)
- 39 Thomas/Alcorn.
- 40 Alcorn/Beresford.
- 55 Ibid.
- 56 First recognised in Bach v Longman,  98 ER 1274.
- 57 Austin v Columbia, [1917-1923] MacG CC 398; Robertson v Lewis,  RPC 169; Redwood Music v Chappell & Co Ltd.,  RPC 109.
- 58 H. Laddie, P. Prescott and M. Vitoria, The Modern Law of Copyright and Designs (3rd ed) (London: Butterworths, 2000) at 79.
- 59 Godfrey v Lees,  EMLR 307; Beckingham v Hodgens,  EMLR 45; Hadley v Kemp,  EMLR 589; Fisher v Brooker,  UKHL 41. See also R Arnold, “Reflections on “The Triumph of Music: Copyrights and Performers' Rights in Music” (2010) Intellectual Property Quarterly 153-164; R Arnold, “Are Performers Authors? Hadley v Kemp,” (1999) 21(9) European Intellectual Property Review 464-469.
- 117 Fisher v Booker,  EWHC 3239 (Ch);  E.M.L.R. 9 (Ch D). See also Beckingham v Hodgens,  EWHC 2143 (Ch); Stuart v Barratt & Others,  EMLR 448; Bamgboye v Reed,  EMLR (5) 61.
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