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By Katherine Hudson
The application, brought by the sub-lease holders, concerned the vesting of a 999 year head lease recently disclaimed by the Crown following dissolution of the lessee in 2000.
By Richard Colebourn
In 2015, the claimants brought proceedings against the defendant companies, which held property on trust for them.
By Amy Patterson
Three Jersey companies were put into English administration on the basis that their COMI was within this jurisdiction.
By Neil Smyth
Trustees in bankruptcy issued an application for a declaration that a property owned by a company (the Property) was in fact owned by the bankrupt.
By Neil Smyth
A firm of solicitors borrowed money from the Respondent fund.
By Christopher Benson, Lucas De Groot
IPPZ is a company that develops software for health care professionals.
By Christopher Benson, Ján Lazur
Each trade mark has its own life cycle. Initially, a logo or a name to be registered as a trade mark needs to be created; then a trade mark application is filed; the trade mark is registered;
By Jo Joyce, Christopher Benson
The EU General Court has upheld a decision of the EUIPO Board of Appeal, which found a likelihood of confusion between a "Morgan & Morgan" figurative trade mark registered...
By Christopher Benson
In February 2012, the applicant, Mr Dale Vince, filed an EUTM for the word mark ELECTRIC HIGHWAY. Registration was sought for goods and services in in Classes 9, 12 and 39
By Christopher Benson, Suzy Shinner
The General Court has upheld a Board of Appeal decision dismissing an opposition to the figurative EUTM mark CHOCOLOVE, based on earlier marks for CHOCOLATE, CSOKICSÖ and a figurative mark CHOCOLATE BROWN.
By Christopher Benson, Suzy Shinner
The General Court has upheld an opposition to the figurative mark for LUBELSKA (as shown above left), based on Lass & Steffen's earlier German word mark Lubeca.
By David De Ferrars, David McCluskey, Tim Strong, Georgina Jones
This month our Corporate Crime and Fraud unit provides its insights on the recent amendments to the Criminal Finances Bill...
By Christopher Benson
The General Court has ruled on whether there is a likelihood of confusion between the marks LITU and PITU in relation to wine.
By Christopher Benson
1.The trade mark shall not entitle the proprietor to prohibit its use in relation to goods which have been put on the market in the Community under that trade mark by the proprietor or with his consent.
By Rachel Farr, Kathryn Clapp
Welcome to February's Law at Work. This month, we focus on gender pay gap reporting: a new obligation from 6 April 2017 on private employers in England, Wales and Scotland (but not Northern Ireland)...
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