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The Court of Appeal last month upheld the grant of an interim
injunction by Jacob J in SmithKline Beecham -v- Apotex
 EWCA Civ 137. Interim injunctions...
Bankers Insurance Company Limited v South and
On 7 March 2003, the High Court handed down
Judgment in favour of the Claimant Insurers in connection...
The Competitiveness Council of Ministers met in Brussels on Tuesday
4 March 2003 and reached agreement on a "common political approach"
More than two years after a draft was circulated for consultation,
the Government's long-awaited Water Bill has finally reached
Parliament. The Bill,...
The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill had its second reading in
Parliament just before Christmas and the Committee stage is to
In Scotland, when seeking to defend an action
for the enforcement of an adjudicator's decision, the Defendant
simply needed to plead in defence that...
Key themes of the Energy Policy White Paper published by the
Government last week are the move towards a low carbon economy,
security and diversity of...
The UK Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) last week published
its long-awaited Energy White Paper, setting out the Government's
Where a lease has a qualified covenant against
assignment (ie it is not permitted without the landlord’s
consent) Section 19 of the Landlord and Tenant...
Last April, the European Commission produced a Green Paper seeking
views on the development of ADR, specifically mediation, throughout
the European Community....
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