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Justin Coley shares his observations arising from the amended forms N120 (Particulars of Claim for mortgaged residential premises) and N123 (Mortgage pre-action protocol checklist).
In Cowling v Worcester Community Housing Ltd, errors by the court have left a tenant in difficulties in a recent residential service charge challenge.
Nudist chalet: fixture or chattel? download
Case confirms importance of the principles of annexation in the question of what has become part of the real estate.
Can a trademark proprietor stop a third party from placing goods covered by the trademark under a duty suspension arrangement, having introduced them into the EEA without the proprietor’s consent?
Quite what ‘obvious to try’ means in practice is not clear but the Court of Appeal has recently provided some guidance.
Cheerleaders' outfits and copyright download
Uniforms produced by Varsity ruled ’conceptually separable’ from the utilitarian function of a cheerleader’s uniform.
We continue to read of copyright disputes in the music business and this month is no exception.
The Russian company FKP Sojuzplodoimport and the Dutch company Spirits International have been in dispute for several years regarding the ownership of vodka trademarks.
YSL and the Skinny Love trademark download
Yves Saint Laurent has failed in its opposition to the Swiss registration of the mark SL Skinny Love...
Application for registration of “Montussan” can proceed because the location is unknown to US consumers...
How patent disputes can affect customers.
Limits to the ‘Duomatic Principle’ download
No carte blanche to ride roughshod over Companies Act requirements.
In this case, the Seller warranted that no member of the target group was facing an employee claim…...
Buyer can withdraw from the deal where something happens that is detrimental to the business they’re buying.
A recent property professional negligence case highlights the importance of getting specialist advice and why a team of lawyers can often be more effective than a single solicitor.
Post-breach events can be taken into account when calculating damages...
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.
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.
Construction adjudication: time out download
What is the limitation period for challenging an adjudicator’s decision? And what does this mean for the ‘winner’?