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In a significant stepping up of European
policy, Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 was passed on
27 October 2004 on cooperation between national
The production of standard form documents for the
Building Schools for the Future (BSF) Programme continues to be
progressed although with some concerns...
1. Why a new Directive?
On 22 March 2004, the European Commission (the
"Commission") published its draft proposal (the "Draft Proposal")
for a Third...
This Law-Now complements our recent Law-Now of 9
December 2004 on the changes to ITEPA announced in early December
by Gordon Brown and Dawn Primarolo...
Mr Justice Jackson, Technology and Construction
21 December 2004
In considering the question of whether an
employer is entitled to set off liquidated...
In a rare decision, following a Fatal
Accident Inquiry into the death of an offshore worker, CMS Cameron
McKenna successfully argued that the Crown should...
The Consumer Credit Bill has been published, on 16
It amends the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (the "1974
Act"), and has in mind the need...
Proceedings in Yissum Research and Development
Co of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem v Comptroller-General of
Patents  EWHC 2880 have been stayed...
The Patents Act 2004 (the "Act") makes changes to
the Patents Act 1977, the main UK legislation on patents. The
Act is only partially in force. Among...
On 14 December 2004 the Competition Appeal Tribunal
(CAT) dismissed appeals by Argos and Littlewoods against an OFT
decision that they had breached UK...
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