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Officer of judgment debtor can be committed for failure to provide information – CoA

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Manches demands Gizmondo payment

Manches has launched a bid to recover more than £500,000 in unpaid fees for work carried out for bankrupt video games company Gizmondo Europe. Manches litigator Clive Zeitman has issued a High Court claim form demanding £551,329 from Carl Freer, Gizmondo’s chief executive. Gizmondo was owned by parent company Tiger Telematics until it was handed […]

Hardwicke brings in academic for IT boost

Hardwicke Building’s new IP team has bagged a leading academic to strengthen its IT law capacity. Hardwicke Building’s new IP team has bagged a leading academic to strengthen its IT law capacity. David Bainbridge joins Hardwicke as an honourary tenant and will become a full tenant in due course. He becomes the set’s fourth specialist IP and IT practitioner, following the January hires of […]

Fox quits Fox Williams

Ronnie Fox, the former senior partner and founder of Fox Williams, is leaving the firm at the end of April, it emerged this morning (13 April). The firm issued a short statement announcing Fox’s departure, but refused to comment on his plans for the future. Fox stepped down as senior partner a year ago, to […]

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CMS Cameron McKenna is a firm that is certainly up with the latest developments in the firm’s leisure sector brochure. Word reaches Tulkinghorn that the latest edition of the all-singing, all-dancing propaganda has a nice big glossy photo of business development bod Daryl Atkinson, who has been at City rival Nabarro Nathanson for a bit over a year. Oops!

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