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Statutory demands relating to multiple debts with an aggregate over £750

The High Court has held that statutory demands will not necessarily be set aside if the undisputed debt is less than £750, where other debts would take the cumulative total over this limit.
14 September 2015

All monies charge securing a subsequent loan

Depending on its wording, an “all monies” charge can secure a subsequent loan even if that charge is mistakenly removed.
14 September 2015

Causative limits in a professional negligence claim

Negligent advice must be causative of loss for damages to be recoverable. However, the causation must be real.
08 September 2015

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Concept ; Autumn 2015

Our latest IP bulletin looks at Community Trade Marks, the economic cost of IPR infringement, the trade mark status of LEGO figures and more. 
28 August 2015

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The Insurance Act 2015 - are you ready for the change?

On 12 August 2016 the Insurance Act 2015 comes into force, making substantial changes to insurance law in England & Wales. We discuss some of the key issues here.
24 August 2015

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Ignorance is (not) bliss: SMEs fail to appreciate Bribery Act 2010

A survey commissioned by the Ministry of Justice and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills shows a lack of awareness of the Bribery Act 2010 amongst small and medium sized enterprises.
19 August 2015

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LIBOR Prison Blues: SFO secures 14 year sentence for trader

A former UBS and Citigroup trader, Tom Hayes, has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after he was found guilty of conspiring to manipulate LIBOR, one of the most severe SFO sentences to date.
14 August 2015

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Use it or lose it: A briefing on the Sofaworks case & implications for CTM

The High Court has found two Community Trade Marks owned by Sofa Workshop to be liable to be revoked for non-use and unenforceable in infringement proceedings. This briefing discusses the findings.
10 August 2015

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Arnold v Britton: why contractual interpretation in cupcakes is the vital ingredient

The High Court applies the Supreme Court’s decision in Arnold v Britton on contractual interpretation in a supply agreement for cupcakes. Honeyrose Bakery Ltd v Lola’s Kitchen Ltd.
10 August 2015

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Protecting cash from criminality: when property becomes criminal for purposes of POCA 2002

In R v GH [2015] UKSC 24, the Supreme Court considered the law relating to money laundering prosecutions. We review the judgement and give practical reminders on their money laundering obligations.
05 August 2015

What are the court’s powers to order sale of land from one joint owner to another?

When property (land) belongs to more than one person and disagreements emerge about what to do with it, what can beneficiaries and trustees ask the court to do?
27 July 2015

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Reporting under the Payment Practices Regulation and Modern Slavery Act

The Reports on Payment Practices Regulations 2015 and the Modern Slavery Act 2015 are different legislative measures sharing similarities. Large corporates should consider the implications closely.
23 July 2015
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