BOOK : A new book by Jeremy Grice titled “Sorrow will come in the end” looks particularly interesting. It’s tagline is “Legal case studies in the music, theatre and entertainment industries” and the author – who is Head of Music, Theatre and Entertainment at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts  -covers a number of now legendary cases including the lengthy ‘Apple’ trade mark dispute between the Beatles and Apple Inc, the battle between Morrissey and two other members of  The Smiths (the title is taken from a Morrissey lyric), the litigation between Stone Roses and their record label Zomba, and the dispute between Gary Kemp and three other members of Spandau Ballet, Tony Hadley, John Keeble and Steve Norman, over music publishing royalties. More on Jeremy’s website here http://jeremygrice.wordpress.com/