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Is an employer obliged to make reasonable adjustments in respect of an employee who is not herself disabled, but who has caring responsibilities for a disabled person?
Independent Whistleblowing Commission publishes report on whistleblowing framework and recommendations for reform
The report makes a total of 25 recommendations for reform of the whistleblowing framework — Addleshaw Goddard reports on some of the key recommendations in this briefing.
The EAT has held that an employee’s self-diagnosis is not necessarily conclusive.
The High Court has granted an interim injunction to enforce a garden leave clause in a stockbroker’s employment contract, so as to force him to stay at home for the duration of his 12-month notice period.
The government has published its response to the consultation on the administration of the new shared parental leave and pay system to be introduced in 2015.
Dismissals of football club employees shortly before sale of the club by the administrator not automatically unfair
The Court of Appeal has found that dismissals of football club employees shortly before a sale of the club by the administrator were not automatically unfair under Regulation 7 of TUPE 2006.
A trademark owner cannot be prevented from withdrawing consent to a third party’s use of the identical trademark in relation to identical/similar goods and services.
Nintendo v P C Box: European court considers technological protection measures for copyright for the first time
Nintendo has applied for an injunction to stop the sale of P C Box’s devices in Italy.
Rihanna brought a passing off claim in the High Court against Topshop for the use of her image without her permission.
Mattel took action against Zynga for trademark infringement and Zynga counterclaimed for revocation of the trademark.
Mr Pinckney lived in France and wrote songs protected by copyright in France.
The High Court has ruled that the PMS International ‘Kiddee Case’ suitcase infringed Magmatic’s Community-registered design for its ‘Trunki’ child’s ride-on suitcase.
The defendant entered into an agreement with an NHS trust for seven years provided the agreement could be extended in six-month blocks for up to a further three years.
The long-running battle between Cadbury and Nestlé continues.
Addleshaw Goddard has appointed private equity specialist Andrew Johnston as part of its strategy of investing in new relevant service lines in growth areas.
The Leeds office of law firm Addleshaw Goddard has advised John Laing on a deal that will see a major onshore wind farm delivered.
Addleshaw Goddard has appointed energy, shipping and international trade expert Mike Melwood Smith as a consultant to the firm’s Singapore practice.
Addleshaw Goddard has appointed corporate expert Ben Gillespie to its Dubai office in a move to further strengthen its core GCC offering.
Addleshaw Goddard has announced the hire of Nigel Francis, former head of litigation and employment at Minter Ellison, as head of its associated Hong Kong law firm operations.
Mark Molyneux, a north-west lawyer at Addleshaw Goddard, is to speak at an international arbitration conference in Africa.