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Court of Appeal returns judgement on Lehmans pensions regulatory proceedings

A recent court of appeal judgement confirms that a pension scheme trustee is entitled to refer the issue of a financial support direction (fsd) to the upper tribunal.
28 June 2013

Limited scope for Judicial Review of a regulator's disciplinary proceedings

Courts back FCA's investigative and enforcement action and signal an unwillingness to allow those prosecuted by the FCA to go outside the statutory process to challenge the FCA's decision making.
25 June 2013


When is failing to document a settlement at mediation negligent?

Andrew Burnette and Georgina Shaw comment on a solicitor’s obligations to capture agreements in binding contracts and to advise a client when agreements reached are subject to later perfection.
25 June 2013

Can a public authority appoint another public authority without procuring?

The European Court rejects an attempt by two German public authorities (city and regional authorities in Düren) to use procurement process exemptions.
21 June 2013

High Court allows the SFO to withdraw admission of liability in Tchenguiz brothers case

High Court allows the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) to withdraw a previous admission that it had committed trespass as a result of executing unlawful search warrants against the Tchenguiz brothers. 
20 June 2013

Disputes on statutory transfer schemes

Courts are currently considering the effect of a statutory transfer scheme on the rights enjoyed by the old public utilities.
20 June 2013

Early encouragement for FCA intervention

The Court of Appeal decision in R (on the application of Christopher Willford) v FSA [2012]EWHC 1417 (Admin) provides early encouragement to the FSA’s successor, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
17 June 2013

When adventures go wrong

Who bears the liabilities related to engaging in hazardous activities for fun? We consider the recent case of Wilson v Clyne Farm Centre
13 June 2013

The high cost of Twitter – Lord McAlpine of West Green v Sally Bercow [2013] EWHC 1342(QB)

Latest Twitter libel judgment provides both a warning to social media users: The Lord McAlpine of West Green v Sally Bercow [2013] EWHC 1342(QB)
07 June 2013

Anti-counterfeiting – World Trademark Review

Jeremy Dickerson, Emily Roberts and Georgina Shaw from our Intellectual Property team give practical guidance and advice in World Trademark Review to rights owners managing anti-counterfeiting issues.
05 June 2013


Anti-counterfeiting - World Trademark Review

Dickerson, Roberts and Shaw from our IP team give practical guidance to rights owners seeking to protect their products. To view in full, please go to
05 June 2013

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