In Lehman Brothers International (Europe) (In Administration) v Exxonmobil Financial Services BV  EWHC 2699 (Comm) the High Court considered what is meant by the phrase 'close…Read More
Competition Law Articles
Competition law is an unavoidable part of commercial life for businesses of all sizes – from multinationals and global brands to SMEs and start-ups.
A stream of recent rulings from both UK and EU courts has demonstrated how crucial evidence of trade mark use – or lack of such evidence – can be to determining brand disputes. We…Read More
There has been much attention over the bank holiday weekend about what allegedly happened on the evening of 26 April when the British PM, Theresa May met with Jean Claude-Juncker over…Read More
As a result of the decision in Tommy Hilfiger v Delta Center, commercial landlords may now have to give greater consideration to intellectual property law and, in particular, whether…Read More
Television broadcasting has been transformed by the march of digital technology. Channels such as ITV, which lost their near-monopoly on TV advertising long ago, need all the revenue…Read More
Businesses often complain that competition law is difficult to understand. There's a lot of truth in that. But some things are clear; and the stream of fines that the Competition and…Read More