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An applicant for a worldwide freezing order (WFO) must be able to satisfy the court that there are grounds for believing the subject of the order actually has assets that can be caught by the injunction, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 21 Jul 2017
The High Court has again highlighted the "severe consequences" of deliberately breaching a freezing order, imposing a 12-month prison sentence on a woman who failed to comply with two deadlines and later lied to the court, an expert has said. 19 Jun 2017
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A judge at the High Court in London has granted the world's first 'FRAND injunction' in a move which could see devices manufactured by Chinese technology company Huawei banned from sale in the UK. 08 Jun 2017
Three oil mining companies have been held in contempt of court by a High Court judge after they breached an injunction preventing certain commercial activities while arbitration was ongoing. 18 May 2017
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