Susan Singleton reviews cases about the use of surveys in trademark disputes, e-books and competition law, businesses’s liability in relation to data held in the cloud, and the implementation of the EU’s consumer rights directive
Few would disagree that handing over a letter counts as communicating information, even though the recipient must open it to know about its content, so why not consider hyperlinks in the same way, asks Paul Stanley
The claim against fashionable shoemaker Crocs by its former UK agents that the company wrongly ended their agreement could reinvent the rules on termination of an agency relationship, says Stephen Sidkin
The Supreme Court has granted private shareholders of Bank Mellat permission to intervene in the bank’s challenge to HM Treasury over the financial restrictions order it has imposed on it, which they say is unlawful and in breach of...
A phone hacking case has widened the definition of intellectual property and limited the opportunity for defendants to rely on PSI, say Emily Swithenbank and Laura Nation as they examine who will be affected by the decision