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Many insolvency practitioners are trying to get to grips witjh the thorny subject of how to deal with interest rate hedging product (IRHP) mis-selling claims held by insolvent companies.
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Requirements for those who wish to live, work, study in or visit the UK.
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Under new law owners of EU trade marks will be able to prevent counterfeit goods transiting through the EU.
Joe Cohen, Head of Collyer Bristow’s IP team, has been elected chairman of the Anti-counterfeiting Committee of the European Communities Trademark Association.
A recent decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union may pave the way for clauses in supply agreements which commit the parties to arbitrate antitrust disputes.
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