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Latest developments that might affect your business and what you can do about them.
If you think that the Housing Grants Act makes payment (or not) clear, keep reading for the latest case...
You may be forgiven for thinking that as of 27 February 2015, the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (the Act), has little effect in terms of its payment and adjudication provisions.
Arnold J does battle again with the complexities of European Trade Mark law in a dispute about the trademark SUPREME for foodstuffs for rabbits and other small animals.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s dedicated insolvency litigation team bring you their monthly update on the cases and issues affecting the insolvency and fraud investigation industry.
Parallel imports: when it is permissible to rebrand goods to the trademark used in the importing EU member state?
The Court of Appeal has returned its judgment in parallel imports case Speciality European Pharma v Doncaster Pharmaceuticals.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s finance litigation experts bring you the latest on the cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
Late payments and “standing up for small businesses” have emerged as key political issues for most of the main political parties in the run up to the UK general election.
A new tribunal case throws fresh light on the need to take a careful and considered approach to real estate dealings – and not to rely on an overly-mechanistic interpretation of VAT law and HMRC guidance.
The Court of Appeal has confirmed Birss J’s finding that Genentech’s dosage regimen patent, concerning the monoclonal antibody which is the active ingredient in Herceptin, was obvious.
Arnold J refuses to strike out Warner-Lambert's claim: construction of Swiss form claims is an issue suitable for the Supreme Court
Arnold J has handed down a second decision in the dispute between Warner-Lambert and Actavis.
In a judgment dealing with the collapse of the Arch Cru funds the High Court has re-examined and clarified the law applying to investment managers.
In his annual review of the year’s patent cases Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s Head of IP, Gordon Harris, delivers his verdict on the work of the IP courts in 2014.
G-Star Raw v Rhodi and others — useful guidance on how to assess UK unregistered design right infringement
G-Star Raw v Rhodi & Ors concerned the design of jeans. G-Star brought the action for infringement of design right in its ARC pant against Rhodi – the owner of the “Voi” brand of jeans.
Welcome news for Deloitte and for the wider profession as an FRC appeal tribunal has overturned eight out of the 13 findings of misconduct made against Deloitte by the disciplinary tribunal.
The judgment in Renewable Power & Light Ltd v McCarthy Tetrault & Ors looked at the court’s approach to indemnity agreements for costs and losses suffered by one party in legal proceedings brought by the other.
Altus Group (UK) Limited v Baker Tilly Tax provides another clear illustration that damages for professional negligence can only be recovered where the negligence causes the damages claimed.
Good news day for employers and UK Government as establishment criterion looks set to return in collective redundancy
The advocate general considers that the UK can legitimately limit the threshold for redundancies necessitating collective consultation to those where 20 or more redundancies are proposed at a ‘single establishment’.
In part one of our Employment Law 2015 preview, ‘and a new one just begun’, Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co looks at the anticipated legislative and judicial trends for 2015.
Warner-Lambert refused interim relief based on Swiss form claim: no serious issue to be tried regarding carved-out indication
The English Patents Court has refused an application by Warner-Lambert Company (WL) for interim relief, mandatory in nature, regarding conditions to be attached to the launch of generic pregabalin by Actavis.
CJEU rules when the owner of a database is free, subject to national law, to adopt contractual terms and conditions governing its use.