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The Court of Appeal looked at when a public body is required to appoint new decision makers where a decision has been held to be unlawful and is remitted to the body to be retaken.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s finance litigation experts bring you the latest on the cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
Eli Lilly succeeds in overturning award of DNIs regarding UK, FR, IT and ES designations of its European patent
The Court of Appeal has delivered its long-awaited judgment in the Actavis v Eli Lillydispute, ruling that Actavis is not entitled to a declaration of noninfringement (DNI) of Eli Lilly’s European patent.
This brochure looks at the tax aspects of buying and owning a property in France in 2015 in line with the most recent tax changes.
Disputes are time-consuming and costly. This from Wragges’ Back to Basics series sets out some practical tips on straightforward steps you can take to help minimise your exposure to disputes and claims.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s finance experts provide the first in a series of monthly bite size overviews of the major legal and regulatory developments and news for the consumer, asset and automotive finance sectors.
Among the questions answered here is – what can employers do about their increased NI costs?
The General Court (Third Chamber) in Luxembourg has ruled that Lego’s mannequin shape CTM is valid. The good news for Lego follows the General Court’s 2008 decision that its registration for its brick shape was invalid.
The DECC has announced that support under the Renewables Obligation for onshore wind will end from 1 April 2016 Stringent new planning tests have also been announced for wind farms.
The Supreme Court has given judgment in the first case it has considered arising out of statutory adjudication pursuant to the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996.
The Cannes Film Festival reportedly turned away a number of women because they were wearing flat shoes. A glib act of an image-obsessed industry or an insidious high-heeled example of gendered ageism?
Advocate General Wathelet’s Opinion, of 11 June 2015, indicates that Nestlé’s unbranded KitKat finger shape will not be registrable as a trademark in the UK.
A cautionary word on the pitfalls of local agreements in relation to payment under a construction contract.
In the first of a two-part series Wragges takes a look at whether a US stock-option-linked non-compete clause will be effective to restrain an executive in a UK subsidiary. There is a good chance the answer is no.
A high-level refresher course, or a course for those who are new to pensions.
The issues most likely to affect managers and HR professionals operating internationally.
Coe or Ovett? Oasis or Blur? Ketchup or brown sauce? All questions that lead to heated debate. And now there’s a new question to add to the list – who should you appoint as your principal designer?
A look at the legal and industry news affecting accountants and other financial professionals on a range of liability risk-management issues.
Continuing our back to basics series, Wragges considers some of the practical points to consider if you think a dispute may be looming.
‘Swiss’ form patent claims do not need subjective intent for infringement: Court of Appeal rules in Warner-Lambert v Actavis
The English Court of Appeal has issued considered, well-reasoned guidance on the construction of patent claims in ‘Swiss’ form. The decision is likely to have impact well beyond British shores.