Leading North West law firm Brabners Chaffe Street has advised the shareholders of Mobcast, the award-winning digital book platform provider, on its £4.5m sale to Tesco announced today.
Mobcast provides a digital book retail platform with a catalogue of more than 130,000 of the UK’s most popular titles which can be bought and read on smartphones, tablets and e-readers. Mobcast offers a cloud-based service that lets customers build up an eBook library collection without being locked-in to one single device.
Posting a message on social network site Twitter is free and can reach a wide audience in seconds but could it result in you paying over £1m and being engaged in a lengthy legal dispute?
In what is thought to be the first Twitter libel case in England, Chris Cairns, the former New Zealand cricket captain, was awarded damages by the High Court this week after an allegation was made on Twitter that he was involved in match fixing.