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The High Court in England has held that funding an arbitration hearing does not count as normal company expenditure for a company which is subject to an undertaking to only spend money in the normal course of business. 04 Dec 2017
It is open to rights holders under EU law to pursue retailers and logistics companies as intermediaries in the infringement of their intellectual property (IP) rights, the European Commission has said. 01 Dec 2017
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A damages claim brought by a businessman who alleged that he had been prevented from making valuable investments as a result of a worldwide freezing order (WFO) against him has been upheld by the Court of Appeal. 30 Nov 2017
The English High Court has thrown out an application to set aside a without notice freezing injunction made against two defendants to a fraud action, saying the claimants had disclosed sufficient evidence for the case to proceed. 27 Nov 2017
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