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In a case that will be of interest to employers, the Court of Appeal has held that a global insurance broker was entitled to interim injunctive relief to prevent a competitor from taking steps to attract its staff.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that the one-off provision of incorrect information to a consumer is a ‘misleading commercial practice’.
Landlords must protect tenants’ deposits and provide tenants with prescribed information, regardless of when the tenancy commenced and when the deposit was received.
This article looks at the decision of the Football Disciplinary Commission to impose a £30,000 suspended fine on Reading Football Club and offers guidance to football clubs that are looking at funding options in light of this decision.
Chanel has successfully opposed the sign BOY CAPEL, based on its prior registration of BOY CHANEL, and other developments.
Three tech court cases dealing with jurisdiction issues, the time limits for correcting clerical errors and agreeing to make an adjudicator’s award binding.
The sector inquiry will focus on those goods and services in which e-commerce is most widespread.
The regime for determining jurisdiction in cross-border contract disputes has been improved, but it is crucial that contracts contain an exclusive jurisdiction clause.
Some 10 years after having received advice from the defendant the claimant learned that the advice had been negligent and had caused him loss.
Case shows that courts are reluctant to imply terms into contracts that have been freely negotiated between sophisticated parties...
Also: £90k fine for nominated adviser; ’proper purpose’ for inspecting a register of members; and more.
Some interesting recent Technology and Construction Court cases that provide clarification on adjudication procedures and rules.
No need to aggregate redundancies.
Looking at barriers to the development of effective cross-border e-commerce in the EU.
Which? has lodged a super-complaint in relation to concerns about misleading and unclear pricing practices in the groceries sector.
New insolvency rules on hold download
The introduction of the new insolvency rules is now likely to be delayed until 2016.
Where a corporate lender agrees to release a debt, the lender will be entitled to a tax deduction, which can be used to reduce taxable profits.
Assets of community value rules: should construction industry raise a toast or drown its sorrows? download
Have regulations aimed at protecting assets of local value and importance had a negative impact on the construction and development industries?
Top tips for employers and other contracting parties as judgment requires additional considerations of ‘reasonableness’.
In March, MPs backed legislation for the plain packaging of cigarettes. Health campaigners have welcomed the news; tobacco companies have not.