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Wragges considers the position you may be in if there has been an error in the execution of a contract, and provides a guide for some of the common mishaps that you may encounter.
The UK Supreme Court has confirmed, in Starbucks v B Sky B, that the law on passing off only protects ‘goodwill’ within the territory of the UK, not mere reputation.
DWP wants to know whether it should change the law so it is easier for employers to rationalise their pensions costs.
How to interpret a contract in line with business common sense has been considered in a case that highlights the need for consistent contract administration.
Some surprising observations as court finds a likelihood of confusion between the earlier mark SKY and the requested mark SKYPE.
Court of Justice of the European Union dismisses Spain’s challenge to the legality of the regulations establishing the unitary patent.
Wragges outlines the ambit of the inquiry, its background, the role and function of this type of investigation, and outline the extensive nature of the Commission’s powers in this regard.
The defence of illegality – which prevents a claimant from bringing a claim that arises out of its own illegal acts – can’t be used where the company is claiming against its directors.
Principle of the free movement of capital upheld in recent decision.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co has ploughed through 10 manifestos to see what the parties are offering for employers, savers and pensioners, and outlines the key issues in this briefing.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co has ploughed through 10 manifestos to see what the parties are offering employers and employees regarding employment. This alert outlines the key issues.
Law returns to pre-Woolworths litigation position; employers must look at the ‘establishment’ question.
A lesson for employers dealing with pension changes: remembering three Ps – proposal, privilege and protection – can minimise legal risk.
Several modifications to enterprise tax reliefs were announced in the 2015 Budget. Wragges explores the proposed changes and what they mean to investors and qualifying companies.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s finance litigation experts bring you the latest on the cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
CoA also rejects invitations from the parties to refer various questions of law to Europe.
What protection does a Community Trade Mark confer? And how far does the own name defence extend? The Court of Appeal of England and Wales was split in a recent case.
The new offence of cyber crime that causes material damage to human welfare or national security is punishable by life.
A new governance regime for qualifying defence contracts aimed at giving industry a fair price on single-source work and the taxpayer value for money...
After the amendment to the Franco-Luxembourg tax treaty of September 2014 it is the turn of the Franco-German tax treaty, with an amendment concluded on 31 March.