Olswang has turned down an instruction on a multimillion-pound group claim against Google, despite representing the claimants in a similar test case against the technology giant.
Cartwright King client Tom Hayes has been found guilty in Southwark Crown Court of rigging global Libor interest rates.
Fladgate has been replaced by Signature Litigation on the £4bn battle between the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and its shareholders.
Bristows client Google has won permission to appeal a recent Court of Appeal (CoA) ruling that said British users can sue the technology giant in the UK.
Clifford Chance client Conservative MP Nadine Dorries has successfully batted off an election petition that threatened to trigger a by-election in her constituency.
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries has instructed Clifford Chance to defend a petition lodged with the High Court accusing her of smearing the applicant’s “personal character and conduct”.
Mr Justice Peter Smith is facing an investigation by the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office (JCIO) in connection to his recusal from the mammoth air cargo cartel case involving British Airways (BA).
Transport workers’ union the GMB has instructed Leigh Day to bring an employment claim against taxi-booking service Uber, arguing that it is in breach of a duty to provide drivers with basic employment rights.
Morrison & Foerster (MoFo) has hired Winston & Strawn’s Asia litigation chair Adrian Yip as a partner, along with three associates.
Ointment patent not “obvious to try” download subscription
Useful guidance on the “obvious to try” doctrine as Dovobet patent is judged valid in CoA.
The increasing scope of ‘associative’ discrimination claims download subscription
When a claim can be based on someone else’s disability.
The arbitration environment in Serbia download subscription
Optimism about commercial arbitration, but non-commercial resolutions are still light years away.
Emerald Supplies & Ors v British Airways & Ors was already shaping up to be one of the biggest litigation battles for decades
The judiciary has named four new Court of Appeal (CoA) judges, including two with less than 10 years’ experience on the bench.