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In the recent case of The Flashing Badge
Company Limited v Brian Groves the High Court was asked to consider
whether copyright was infringed by the copying...
Beckett Investment Management Group v Hall (Court
of Appeal 28th June) is a significant case for all
employers/employees who may have, or want, restrictive...
The JCT standard form of contract provides a
specific contractual mechanism for deduction of Liquidated and
Ascertained Damages (“LADs”) by the employer...
The court has decided that it has an
inherent jurisdiction to stay proceedings issued in breach of a
binding agreement to refer disputes to adjudication,...
In Amicus v Macmillan Publishers Ltd (24th July)
the EAT has awarded a penalty for the first time for failing to
comply with the Information and Consultation...
We have again surveyed employee share plan arrangements as
disclosed in company admission documents and prospectuses for
biotech companies. Our survey...
This morning, the Court of Appeal handed down its
verdict in the case of Cripps v Trustee Solutions and
Dubery. The decision is of vital importance to...
The Court of First Instance (CFI) confirmed on 11 July 2007 that Schneider Electric must be compensated by the European Commission for certain losses arising...
The House of Lords has conclusively laid to rest
the argument that commercial agents’ compensation on
termination should (or must) be based on the French...
The Hungarian Competition Office has recently
opened a sector inquiry into the digital media market in Hungary to
ensure that it is and continues to...
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