In most cases verbal agreements are deemed legally binding. But is it still considered valid after a two hour drinking session? It’s something Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley is about to find out.
Nestlé has long wanted to trademark the four-finger shape of its KitKat bars, and 17 May marks its latest attempt to stop the competition (Cadbury) from getting a say in the matter.
Claire O’Brien, head of IP litigation at law firm Mills & Reeve, uses a recent high-profile case to discuss the best approach to take when you want to protect your brand.
On-demand taxi service Uber has been given the green light to continue operating in the capital, after the High Court decided it does not break any laws.
Tammy Evans, senior associate at Wedlake Bell, gives her take on the legal implications of the Companies House ruling and where duty of care extends to.
Large banks have made up the largest share of all UK High Court FTSE 100 cases this year.