Welcome to Statham Gill Davies

Statham Gill Davies Solicitors is a medium sized commercial law firm based in Marylebone in London’s West End.

If you are looking for a music lawyer, media lawyer and entertainment lawyer, we are recognised as one of the leading firms in the UK.

Our aim is to support our clients in a friendly, personal and approachable manner giving sound legal  and business advice. We provide a comprehensive service to our corporate and individual clients in the areas of music, media and entertainment, company commercial, property, private client, dispute resolution and employment.

Our Services:
Music, Entertainment and Media

We are recognised as one of the leading UK law firms for music lawyers, entertainment lawyers and media lawyers.

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Dispute resolution

Our dispute resolution department aims to achieve early and economic resolution of disputes for our clients.

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Property

We have a wealth of experience in commercial and residential property transactions.

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Company Commercial

With an innovative and friendly approach, our company/commercial department provides our clients with commercial and practical advice on a broad range of corporate and commercial work.

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Employment

We advise employers, employees, partners and contractors, working with the clients represented by other departments within the firm.

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Private Client

We are experienced in dealing with our clients' personal and business affairs and we provide support and practical advice to make difficult decisions and tasks as stress free as possible.

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Statham Gill Davies
38 Wigmore Street
London
W1U 2RU

Closest Tube Station:
Oxford Circus or Bond Street

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Kasabian open BAFTAS 2015

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Court Fees Increase

Parliament has approved an increase to court fees for issuing proceedings. The new fees came into force on 9 March 2015.

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Darcy Oake: Edge of Reality Tour

Canadian magician Darcy Oake is heading out on his first ever nationwide UK tour with a series of thrilling live shows for 2015.

Emerging in the world of illusion, he has quickly established himself as one of the most exciting performers in magic right now.

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Relief from sanctions: the new test

The Court of Appeal has issued new guidance in the form of a three stage test to be applied in all future applications for relief from sanctions under CPR 3.9.

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Congratulations to our client Ella Henderson on her two Brit nominations!

 

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Universal Music settling class action lawsuit over digital royalties in the US

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/universal-music-settling-big-class-783096

Taylor Swift reverses Apple policy on payment of royalties on Streaming

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-33220189

Blurred Lines jury awards Marvin Gaye family $7m

A jury in the United States has ruled that the writers of Blurred Lines - one of the best-selling singles of all time - copied a Marvin Gaye track.

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High Court decision regarding administrations

High Court challenged an order regarding the administration of a company...  

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Ella Henderson: Idolator Interview

Find out all about Ella’s road from The X Factor to her debut LP Chapter One

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Court of Appeal rules on limitation in defamation case

The Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court decision, under section 32A of the Limitation Act 1980, to disapply the limitation period of one year from the date of publication in a defamation case. 

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Kasabian pick up Best Album and Best British band at NME Awards 2015

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Directors: confidential information and delivery up

The High Court held that there were no grounds for finding that a director was subject to an implied term requiring delivery up of confidential documents ...

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Reform of rules restricting the renting out of London homes

Reform of rules restricting the renting out of London homes

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Recovery of legal expenses through service charge

The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber), overturning the decision of the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal, has held that a residential landlord was entitled to recover legal expenses it had incurred in dealing with a party wall matter as part of the service charge.

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