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This article highlights some of the major changes to design rights that came into force on 1 October 2014.
This case law round-up focuses on two cases: Dawson (PO-596) and Chapman (PO-597).
The Pensions Regulator has finally reached a compromise in respect of the Financial Support Directions it issued in connection with the Lehman Brothers pension scheme.
The courts have decided a number of high-profile cases this summer in which retailers have been involved in intellectual property disputes.
Southend-On-Sea Borough Council v Armour is a tenancy repossession case in which the tenant invoked a successful article 8 defence.
Walker Morris has appointed Rupert Bent as a partner and head of intellectual property (IP). Bent was previously head of IP litigation at Pinsent Masons.
Promoting the use of alternative dispute resolution is one of the key ways in which the courts are trying to reduce the costs of litigation.
Mansfield District Council received grant money from the European Regional Development Fund for two development projects relating to town-centre improvements.
A recent High Court case concerned borrowers who had a buy-to-let portfolio with many of the properties mortgaged.
Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) provides that everyone has a right to respect for his home.
In the case of McDonald and Others v McDonald, a married couple borrowed money by way of mortgage from a third party in order to acquire premises.
The Court of Appeal has held that Olympic Airlines had not experienced an insolvency event for the purposes of section 121 of the Pensions Act 2004.
The issue in Aodhcon v Bridgeco was whether a bridging loan company had taken reasonable care to sell the property at the best price reasonably obtainable.
The Mannai case in 1997 made it clear that substantial compliance with a break notice was not sufficient; both the formal and the substantial elements must be adhered to.
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Last year Brighton and Hove Council agreed to pay the Copyright Licensing Agency an undisclosed sum in respect of retrospective licence fees and legal costs.
A decision in a recent case further exhorts disputing parties and their lawyers to treat seriously any request to take part in alternative dispute resolution.
Martin Retail Group Ltd v Crawley Borough Council: the Competition Act 1998 ‘lands’ a council with a problem download
The Central London County Court has ruled that a restriction on use in a lease breaches the Chapter I prohibition of the Competition Act 1998.
In Chandler v Cape, it was held that a parent company owed a direct duty of care to an employee of a subsidiary who contracted asbestosis.
It could soon become commonplace for consumer disputes to be dealt with online… thanks to the anticipated UK implementation of European law.
Making a CPR Part 36 offer is one of the most useful tools in litigation. But what happens when there are several defendants?