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authorities across the country in pursuing counterfeiters...
2.The effect of the late notification of a claim
A workman, Mr O'Malley, fell off some scaffolding and sustained
serious injuries. The scaffolding...
In 1990, Mr Lewis, a sole practitioner, invited Mr Williams to
become a salaried partner in his firm of solicitors. Mr Williams
accepted the offer and,...
The Plaintiffs' home contents policy renewed on 12th April 1990. On
16th October 1990, a fire seriously damaged the Plaintiffs'
property and its contents....
The Plaintiff (formerly known as Dixons Stores Limited) operated
two promotions under which free flights were given to
The promotions were...
Community Trade Marks
The first Community Trade Marks were granted in September 1997,
nearly 18 months after applications were first accepted in April
ZINC restaurant case
Sir Terence Conran, restaurateur and proprietor of a registered
trade mark for ZINC (unused at the time of the action) succeeded...
The practice of hijacking Internet domain names has finally been
the subject of a full English Court decision. In a case brought by
A female part-timer claimed that the refusal of her employer's
scheme to treat her service as a home tutor as pensionable amounted
Reference: (1998) OPLR 167
Mrs Hill was employed as a part-time teacher on a number of
fixed term contracts. At the end of her employment she was aged...
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