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A winding-up order was wrongly made where a creditor was described as a contingent creditor, but the underlying debt upon that the petition was based appeared to be genuinely dispute...
A sub-surety was entitled to an indemnity from the assets of a guarantor before a third party’s debt bit upon the guarantor’s assets.
In the course of Nestlé’s battle, Mr Justice Arnold has asked the CJEU to clarify two trademark matters.
The case of Siemens Hearing Instruments Ltd v Friends Life Ltd is, unsurprisingly, heading for the appeal court.
Another set of regulations has been laid before Parliament, in anticipation of the new commercial rent arrears recovery (CRAR) procedure coming into force on 6 April 2014.
The High Court held that as long as the equipment is working, there is no obligation to replace, renew or upgrade a dated system to modern standards.
The High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill, once enacted, will give consent for the first phase of the new high speed rail project.
Implied periodic tenancy — one of the cases mentioned in Wragge & Co’s last property update — is heading to the Court of Appeal.
The Court of Appeal has agreed with the High Court that a surety was released from all liability because of a 1987 licence to alter, granted by a previous landlord.
This briefing dicusses two cases involving an out-of-date local plan, a revoked regional spatial strategy and the National Planning Policy Framework.
Recent decisions by the Swiss competition authority in relation to parallel import restrictions highlight that the Swiss competition authority will not take lightly the restriction of trade into Switzerland.
Nuclear energy policy update: key recommendations from the Conference on Nuclear Third-Party Liability and Insurance
The Conference on Nuclear Third Party Liability and Insurance took place on 20–21 January 2014.
This month, the Competition Commission has published its provisional decision on remedies arising from its private healthcare market investigation.
Wragge & Co’s real-estate team has advised a consortium of developers on a major land purchase earmarked for the development of a new market town.
Wragge & Co has been named in lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) charity Stonewall’s Workplace Equality List, which ranks the best employers for LGB equality.
Another reduction in the lifetime allowance, scheduled for April 2014, means another round of protections.
Un-safe Harbor: is Safe Harbor an adequate means of protecting EU personal data transferred to the US?
Since its introduction, many in the EU have been sceptical about the security offered by Safe Harbor...
Wragge & Co has announced that Quentin Poole and Peter Thorne have been recognised in The Lawyer’s Hot 100 List for 2014.
Tax support for the UK onshore shale gas industry: an innovative approach to an unconventional fuel reserve
The government is ambitious to support industry in its exploitation of shale gas as a new source of energy supply.
This white paper from Wragge & Co summarises definitions pertaining to the European Connected Health Alliance.