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Whilst on the subject of the River Thames, the Government Office
for London issued Strategic Planning Guidance for the Thames in
February of this year....
More than one for the same product certainly - but who to? - and
what about the damages?
In the last patent review we reported the Advocate
Mark Nichols plots the potential for the rebirth of the
The latest Finance Act confirms the demise of the
repayable tax credit, immediately for...
Stamp duty has rarely been regarded as a "serious" tax and
comparatively little effort has gone into mitigating it.
This is likely to change following...
Statements of case in patent revocation proceedings, but still
This was a petition to revoke Riker Laboratories
Inc's patent. The...
The Commission is consulting trade unions and employers groups on
whether new EC legislation is necessary to ensure that employees
are properly informed...
Co-owners - how can they work the patented invention?
In Henry Brothers (Magerfeld) -v- Ministry of
Defence the Court considered the rights of co-owners...
There has been growing concern about the misuse of permitted
development rights in order to erect buildings in the countryside,
ostensibly for agricultural...
The Road Traffic Reduction Act 1997 arose from a private members
bill and was passed a few weeks before the election. It has not yet
come into force.
Beloit and Lenzing
In Beloit v Valmet (see also page 8) in the English
Court of Appeal, Beloit was the proprietor of two patents, both of
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