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A team of lawyers at Walker Morris has advised Endless LLP on its acquisition of Imtech Suir, the Irish arm of Dutch engineering firm, Imtech, in a deal that will secure the safety of over 700 jobs.
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The High Court has provided the first authority on the meaning of the aggregation clause in the SRA’s minimum terms and conditions for solicitors’ PI insurance. Walker Morris’ Andrew Bennett explains.
Google has been given permission to appeal an earlier ruling that claims can be brought for distress under the Data Protection Act 1998 even where the claimant has suffered no financial loss.
Walker Morris has advised Altium Capital, as nominated adviser, and WH Ireland, as broker, on the placing and open offer by the manufacturing and specialist services group, Redhall Group plc, to raise £5.8m.
The TCC has held that an adjudicator had jurisdiction to determine a dispute even though the parties had deleted some of the adjudication provisions from their contract.
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What is the limitation period for challenging an adjudicator’s decision? And what does this mean for the ‘winner’?
The “complete failure of consideration” case.
Intellectual property solicitors at Walker Morris have helped Deckers Outdoor Corporation succeed in its design right and trademark infringement claim against Paradox Retail Ltd and its directors.
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Walker Morris has appointed trademark attorney Heather Williams to head its trademarks and designs unit and underpin its intellectual property client offering.
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142 worker deaths in the past year, as downward trend slows.
Walker Morris has announced that it will be investing in a new practice management system to streamline its financial processes and provide greater flexibility and simplicity for clients.
Civil litigation in recent years has been dominated by cases and commentary concerned with costs, court fees, procedure and proportionality.
Hull-based consumer gadgets brand RED5 and The Source Wholesale have sold their shares to Menkind Group.
Key points on a clarification of the remedies available for misrepresentation.
This article outlines some of the key issues for care sector employers to consider when preparing their business for the changes from 2016 onwards.
A recent decision from the Court of Appeal provides some much needed clarity in what is currently an area rife with disputes. Housing litigation expert Karl Anders explains.