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Are sentences for Corporate Manslaughter and Health and Safety offences set to increase?

The Sentencing Council’s consultation on ‘Health and safety offences, corporate manslaughter and food safety and hygiene offences guidelines’ address the lack of guidance available to the Court.
02 December 2014

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Financial Services Series - Issue 13

We look at Bluefin's judicial review application and a case where a consumer tried to judicially review the FOS to see the difficulty of challenging Financial Ombudsman Service determinations.
26 November 2014

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When the buck does not stop with the broker

The Eurokey case serves as a timely reminder that the client also has a number of responsibilities to fulfil during the underwriting process if it wants to be confident it has appropriate cover.
25 November 2014

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Interflora re-visited: Re-trial ordered in long-running dispute

In the latest chapter in the long-running keyword advertising dispute between Interflora and Marks & Spencer, the Court of Appeal has allowed M&S’s appeal against the Judgment of Arnold J in May 2013.
17 November 2014

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Bribes, secret commissions and Monaco hotels

We examine FHR European Ventures LLP and others v Cedar Capital Partners LLC [2014] UKSC 45 in which the Supreme Court ruled a bribe received by an agent is held by them on trust for his principal.
14 November 2014

Appealing a prohibition notice: the importance of getting the statutory provision correct

When a health and safety prohibition notice is issued against more than one person, can a party who exercises no direct control over the activities appeal it? 
13 November 2014

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Moroccanoil's passing-off claim against Aldi fails in lookalike product case

Dickerson and Shaw have co-authored an article in World Trademark Review Daily following Moroccanoil's passing-off claim against Aldi. For further information, see http://www.worldtrademarkreview.com
13 November 2014

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Should I stay or should I go? (Revisited) - further automatic suspension upheld

Further to our briefing, Procurement Challenges - should I stay or should I go?, the English High Court has stayed another contract award. We consider what this means here.
13 November 2014

How do you keep the arguments in a skeleton argument? Answer: follow the rules

The Court of Appeal in Tchenguiz v SFO was not impressed by Counsel choosing to lodge almost 100 pages of 'summarised' argument contrary to the rules.
04 November 2014

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High Court opens up blocking injunction remedial avenue for trade mark owners

What are the circumstances in which internet service providers can be made to block access to websites selling counterfeit goods? Arnold J has provided some answers in his judgment in a recent case.
04 November 2014

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Financial Services Series; Issue 12

In this edition of Financial Services Series, we look at developments around interest rate mis-selling and a recent case of relevance.
30 October 2014

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Why lawyers doing the best for their clients may be struck off if they mislead the Court

In-house solicitors need and want to do the best for their internal clients. But this can conflict with their duties to the court in a dispute or prosecution.
22 October 2014

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