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Phillip Ashley
19 October 2016
CMS Annual Review of Developments in English Oil a...
01 Dec 16
Employment lunchtime online webinar: Risk update -...
Read our Guide to Enforcing Security over Real Estate and Shares...
Sandbags at dawn: administration of Scottish company has priority...
The Court of Session has confirmed that the administration in Scotland of a Scottish company will take priority over an Indian liquidation of the same company, regardless of where the company’s business and assets are situated.
10 October 2016
CMS, Nabarro and Olswang combine to create 6th lar...
Creating a distinctive modern City powerhouse driv...
25 Nov 16
CMS TMC Conference 2016
Intervention, Innovation and Disruption in an Inte...
Court of Appeal considers payment schedule dispute
In a decision last week, the Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal in the Grove Developments case (reported previously by us in March this year), upholding the TCC’s decision that the contractor had no entitlement to further interim payments where dates in.
CMS European Real Estate Deal Point Study 2016
18 Nov 16
Breakfast seminar: Latest developments in Financia...
Surveyors’ PI: overvaluations and contributory negligence
The mixed bag of recent judgments for valuers (see Surveyors’ PI: application of the ‘but for’ test and Lender Claims - Bank not entitled to compound interest as damages ) continues with the latest decision in Barclays Bank Plc v Christie Owen & Davies Limited.
29 September 2016
Disputes digest
Issue 4: September 2016
17 Nov 16
Iran Renewables Briefing and Roundtable
Likelihood of confusion in just one part of the EU, EU trade mark...
On 22 September 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) rendered an interesting judgment in case C‑223/15 regarding the question whether if a court finds that the use of a sign creates a likelihood of confusion with an EU trade mark in only.
E-Commerce Sector Inquiry
Preliminary report published