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Victory In Case Applying Wood v Capita Principles

United Kingdom - January 25 2018 KPTL was a company operating in the field of powder processing and handling. Its business consisted of four areas known as ‘Unit Machines’, ‘Systems’...

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Are consumer cancellation fees exempt from the requirement to be fair?

United Kingdom, European Union - December 12 2017 Can a consumer successfully challenge an ‘excessive’ cancellation fee under the Consumer Rights Act 2015? The High Court recently answered this...

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Contracting parties should take notice of the latest interpretation ruling

United Kingdom - November 16 2017 In the case of Zayo Group International Limited v Ainger and others, the High Court has adopted a literal interpretation of notice provisions in a...


‘Minute Winner’ loses out in TV format copyright claim

United Kingdom - November 1 2017 Can copyright subsist in the format of a television show? Until recently, the only judicial decision on this question was back in 1989 in a case...


Scope of protection of existing trade marks unaffected by IP Translator, says CJEU

European Union - October 25 2017 The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has confirmed that its 2012 landmark ruling in IP Translator does not have retrospective effect. The case...