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" Katharina, however, stood her ground and started an campaign via a Givealittle page to raise money for a legal battle with the entertainment giants to keep her trademark.
'Now that the legal battle is over, let us come together and embrace one another in the general interest of the State,' he said.
A tweet by BBC political reporter for Coventry/Warwickshire Simon Gilbert said: "Sources have told us Coventry City's owners Sisu have taken the Ricoh Arena legal battle to the European Commission."
He suggested that the duo should end their legal battle and solve the matter via dialogue.
PA also asked Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London about the legal battle of Charlie Gard.
It will soon move courts for the next phase of the legal battle and [legal] teams are being assembled right now.
The outing comes amid his ongoing legal battle with CNN over its report that he sexually harassed or was inappropriate towards women.
Mumbai [India], May 08 ( ANI ): Actor Sushant Singh Rajput and debutante Sara Ali Khan-starrer 'Kedarnath' has been locked for November 30 release after going through a legal battle.
Alfie captured the hearts of millions across the world as his case became the centre of a long-running legal battle between his parents and Alder Hey Children's Hospital.
His death came after a long legal battle by mum Kate James, 20, and dad Tom to keep up their search for treatment for his illness.
His case has been followed for months as he was at the centre of a long-running legal battle between his parents and Alder Hey Children's Hospital.
BIRMINGHAM pub bombing families must raise another PS30,000 by April 25 in order to be represented in the Appeal Court for the latest legal battle.