BLM and Goldscheider in the news

18 Apr 2019
Following the Court of Appeal ruling in Goldscheider, C v Royal Opera House, BLM partner Nigel Lock representing Royal Opera House was quoted in a variety of media outlets.
 
Commenting on the case, Nigel said: “No doubt the live music and entertainment industry will be heaving a sigh of relief that the blanket enforcement of protection for musicians at all times has been overturned. However the judgment fails to address a number of key issues around the causation of injury at an attenuated noise level at which it is not foreseen that harm can be caused and significant misconceptions in the evidence remain which is disappointing. It leaves many unanswered questions and uncertainties from a judgment we had hoped would bring more clarity to this contentious area.”
 
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