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In the case of Sands v Layne  the Court of Appeal was asked to consider a court’s discretionary power under section 375(1) of the Insolvency Act 1986.
Should an employer be responsible for the actions of an employee at (or shortly after) a Christmas party?
Advocate General Kolkott’s opinion on 2 December 2016 highlights the importance of keeping up with national case law when dealing with EU trade mark opposition or invalidity appeal proceedings.
A bankrupt who failed to annul a Bankruptcy Order on the basis that the necessary formalities for credit card agreements had not been complied with has been refused permission to appeal that decision.
A Bermuda-registered auditor of two Cayman Island companies was not entitled to recover its costs of compliance with a Disclosure Order that had subsequently been set aside.
Traditional challenges to the inventive step of a patent are based on an allegation that it would be obvious to take a step from a specific item of prior art to the claimed invention.
Philip Hammond has today delivered the Autumn statement and, as usual, there are a number of changes which will impact on employers and employees.
The potentially destructive economic effects of climate change are well documented, yet businesses and politicians alike, are failing to address the issue.
The Court of Appeal concluded that it was wrong in principle for a court to attempt to turn an incomplete oral contract into a binding contract by inserting additional terms which were not agreed by the parties at the outset.
The Bank of England has recently made some interesting comments on the value of its FinTech Accelerator, stating that it was set up “precisely to develop our practical experience of FinTech.”
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