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In James & Anr v Chircop, the court entered judgment against the defendants (James and another) due to failure to attend the trial.
The Chancery division allowed liquidators’ application for disclosure of documents under s.236 Insolvency Act 1986 in order to investigate possible claims against the respondents.
The knowledge referred to under s14(A) of the Limitation Act 1980 (s14(A)) is knowledge of the material facts about the damage and time starts to run from that knowledge.
The High Court has considered the duty owed by the defendants to the claimant when selling an interest rate hedging product, and whether the defendants had breached that duty.
The Privy Council in Bermuda has handed down judgment in the connected cases of Singularis and Saad.
In two recent cases, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has considered the issues of assignment for managers.
Where evidence indicates that a charging order does not fully secure a judgment debt, the creditor can issue a statutory demand for the unsecured part.
This was the finding of the High Court in Avonwick Holdings Ltd v Webinvest Ltd and Shlosberg.
Failure to comply with a disclosure order or to attend trial without notice or reason are serious failures leading to the strike out of the defence and counterclaim.
The Supreme Court has delivered its judgment in Plevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd & Another, which has potentially far-reaching implications for lenders.
The claimant, IPC Media, is the publisher of the Ideal Home magazine. The defendant, Media 10, runs the Ideal Home Show.
Both cases discussed in this briefing provide useful guidance on the stance the Bermudan courts will take in relation to assisting foreign liquidators.
The Legal Group of the Preparatory Committee has completed its examination of the 16th draft of the UPC Rules of Procedure.
his article discusses the impact of the EAT’s long-awaited ruling in three cases and its implications for those in the automotive sector.
The EAT decision in Bear Scotland Ltd v Fulton & Others, Hertel (UK) Ltd v Woods & others and Amec Group Ltd v Law & others came out on 4 November.
In Teva v Leo, Mr Justice Birss was asked to decide whether two patents relating to a combined formulation for treatment of psoriasis were valid and infringed.
At the third outing at the Court of Appeal, Marks and Spencer (M&S) was successful for a third time in overturning a decision of Mr Justice Arnold.
Bundesdruckerei v Stadt Dortmund examines attempts by contracting authorities to include social considerations in the mix when awarding public contracts.
Employment update — garden leave and employers’ obligations; striking out claims without hearing; and more
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s Employment team brings you the latest cases and issues affecting the employment sector.
Every worker has the statutory right to 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday a year. Sounds straightforward to calculate? Unfortunately, it has proved to be anything but.