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  • Moxon v Litchfield & Ors, Re LCM Wealth Management Ltd, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 12, 2013, [2013] EWHC 3957 (Ch)

    1. The Petitioner, Richard Anthony Moxon (``Mr Moxon''), seeks redress in respect of (a) his removal from office as a director and his exclusion from management of the sixth respondent, LCM Wealth Management Limited (``the Company'' or ``LCM'') and (b) the implementation (or purported implementation) of provisions in the Company's Articles of Assoc...

    ... sized mortgages and have to have loans to buy cars and furniture etc. The constant turning up of the pressure for Rick and I to ... he has only played on your lack of financial services industry experience. I am very disappointed that after all this time you ... had and has strong links with Credit Suisse, Royal Bank of Canada, and various other high net worth individuals across Europe, and ...

  • Western Trading Ltd v Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) Plc, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, January 26, 2015, [2015] EWHC 103 (QB)

    1. This fire insurance claim by the Claimant is resisted by the Defendant on the grounds that the assured had no insurable interest and that there was misrepresentation and non disclosure. The Defendant also claims that if the Claimant does have a valid claim it should not have a Declaration that it is entitled to be indemnified for the cost of rei...

    ... Link says that it used 8 Station Street for storing furniture. Mr Singh and Sunny both gave evidence of that and there is no ... issue in the judgment of Waller LJ in Feasey-v-Sun Life of Canada 2002 Lloyd's Rep IR131):. ``In the Law of Insurance Contracts, ... slow to raise, because it is bad for the image of the industry to take what is widely perceived as a technical defence, and ...

  • Halcyon House Ltd v Baines & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 11, 2014, [2014] EWHC 2216 (QB)

    1. The two actions with which this judgment is concerned arise out of most unhappy family discord. The defendant in action HQ12X03627 (``the Harassment Action''), Mrs. Nicola Low, is the mother of the second claimant in that action, Mrs. Caroline Baines. Mrs. Baines is the first defendant in action HQ12X04893 (``the Halcyon Action''). The claimant

    ... he has been employed as a director by the Royal Bank of Canada Capital Markets department of Royal Bank of Canada Europe Ltd. 5. ...Please can you let me know which landlords/furniture is involved and whether we should contact them to ask them to ...Over 30 years experience in the industry. In depth knowledge of YOUR Property. Strong Agent relationship ...

  • Crehan v Inntrepreneur Pub Company (CPC) & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 26, 2003, [2003] EWHC 1510 (Ch)

    These are contained in the Table in the Annex at the end of this judgment. I suggest that a reader who is unfamiliar with the detailed facts of the case should detach the Annex or make a copy of it, so that he or she can have it separately to hand while reading through the main body of the text. Overview 2. Mr Crehan is a publican. In July 1991, pu...

    ... years was the structure of the beer distribution industry in this country such that the beer ties in Inntrepreneur leases ... would be `ingoings' to pay: the price of the glassware, furniture and so on with which the pubs were equipped, and which would be ... itself in the United Kingdom market was Labatt's of Canada. It adopted a rather different structure the details of which I ...

  • Millen v Karen Millen Fashions Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, August 16, 2016, [2016] EWHC 2104 (Ch)

    1. In this introductory section of my judgment I will summarise the background and issues at a high level, in an attempt to improve readability. There is much more detail to the dispute, which I have taken into account and to which I return below. 2. The Claimant, Karen Millen, was one of the moving spirits (the other was her partner, Kevin Sta...

    ... began in 1996/7, initially in Hong Kong, Japan and Canada (though these later faltered and the business had pulled out by ... sell homewares such as bedlinen, cutlery, glassware, furniture or the like. d. The goods other than women's clothes accounted ... because of all the other KAREN marks in the fashion industry. Again, I do not think it is necessary to inquire into whether ...

  • Man Nutzfahrzeuge Ag & Ors v Freightliner Ltd., Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, October 28, 2005, [2005] EWHC 2347 (Comm)

    1. In 1933 Edwin Richard Foden began building motor lorries at Sandbach in Cheshire. That business eventually developed into the ERF group of companies of which ERF Holdings Plc was the parent and ERF Limited the principal trading company which continued to build a range of trucks sold under the `ERF' badge, mainly to buyers in this country. (Refer...

    ...2. For some years the truck manufacturing industry has been undergoing a period of consolidation as manufacturers ... & Young, a limited liability partnership practising in Canada (``E&Y (Canada)'') and the firm of Ernst & Young that is ...1. 147. In Belmont Finance Corporation Ltd v Williams Furniture Ltd [1979] 1 Ch. 250 there was an issue as to whether a company ...

  • Holland (Respondent) v The Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (Appellant) and another

    .... 30. In Re Richborough Furniture Ltd [1996] 1 BCLC 507 the question was raised whether one of the .... 31. In Secretary of State for Trade and Industry v Tjolle [1998] 1 BCLC 333 Jacob J was referred to what was said ... Mining NL v Murchison Metals Ltd [2010] FCA 1129; for Canada, contrast Wheeliker v Canada (1999) 172 DLR (4th) 708, at [19] ...

  • The Crossrail (Kensal Green) Order 2013

    An application has been made to the Secretary of State in accordance with the Transport and Works (Applications and Objections Procedure) (England and Wales) Rules 2006(1) for an Order under sections 1 and 5 of the Transport and Works Act 1992(2) (“the 1992 Act”). The Secretary of State caused an inquiry to be held for the purposes of the appl...

    ...04212657) whose registered office is at 25 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5 LQ;. “watercourse” ... mains, sewers, drains, pipes, cables and street furniture;. (b) landscaping and other works to mitigate any adverse effects ... as if it were a dispute under section 106 of the Water Industry Act 1991(11). (3) The undertaker must not discharge any water ...

  • HM Revenue & Customs v Holland & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 24, 2008, [2008] STC 3142,[2008] 2 BCLC 613,[2008] EWHC 2200 (Ch),[2008] STI 1642

    1 These proceedings concern 42 Originating Applications issued on 27th July 2006 under Section 212 of the Insolvency Act 1986 (``IA 1986'') by HM Revenue & Customs (``HMRC'') against the Respondents, Michael Holland (``Mr Holland'') and Linda Holland (``Mrs Holland''), who it is alleged were de facto directors of the 42 companies, the subject matte...

    ... as a director in fact - Secretary of State for Trade & Industry v. Hollier [2007] BCC 11 at 23H - 24A, per Etherton J, applying ... - at 24 B - H, applying and explaining Re Richborough Furniture Limited [1996] 1 BCLC 507 at 524, per Timothy Lloyd QC. . 169.5 ...(1991) 85 DLR (4th) 129, a decision of the Supreme Court of Canada discussed by Lord Browne-Wilkinson [1995] 3 All ER 785 at 797, ...

  • Schlumberger Holdings Ltd v Electromagnetic Geoservices, Court of Appeal - Patents Court, January 19, 2009, [2009] EWHC 58 (Pat)

    1. This is a patent action whose subject matter is three patents (known in this action as the 019, 887 and 640 patents) relating to technology which is intended to be deployed in oil exploration. The technology is known as controlled source electro-magnetism or magnetics (“CSEM”). The proprietor of each of the three patents is the defendant, a...

    ... with which such methods have been used in the oil industry. They are not the subject of the patent. They are distinguished ... a 10 day experiment on board ship in 1998 off Canada’s west coast. 244. The paper then goes on to show the result of ... of this patent Mr Silverleaf relied on Sabaf SPA v MFI Furniture Centres Ltd [2005] RPC 209 in support of the proposition that ...

  • Lucasfilm Ltd & Ors v Ainsworth & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, July 31, 2008, [2008] EWHC 1878 (Ch),[2008] ECDR 17,[2009] FSR 2

    1. This is a case about the reproduction of replicas of various props used in the first Star Wars film. The Star Wars films are a series of science fiction films set at some different time and in another part of the Universe, and which feature the struggle between good and evil. They contain a heavy militaristic element, and that in turn requires...

    ... He has been in the film industry since 1968 and was able to bring considerable experience to bear. ... forms of such functional three-dimensional objects as furniture, props and buildings may be expressive and beautiful without ... is referred to and shipping charges for the US and Canada are specified before shipping charges to the UK and the rest of ...

  • The Design Indaba: never a bad time for a good idea.

    ... their craft work, while environmentally responsible furniture design was a big talking point. Koop's furniture range is crafted ...South Africa's Department of Trade and Industry plays a major role in bringing buyers to Design Indaba Expo. ... smaller specialist outlets like Germany's Rainbow Gallery, Canada's zidel Technical, Spain's Out of Africa and Sweden's Rubinette. ...

  • Hasbro Inc & Ors v 123 Nahrmittel GmbH & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, February 11, 2011, [2011] ETMR 25,[2011] FSR 21,[2011] EWHC 199 (Ch)

    1. This is an action for infringement of trade marks and passing off. The principal allegation is that by use of various words and phrases including the words ``play dough'' the defendants have infringed the claimants' PLAY-DOH trade marks and passed off their goods as the claimants' goods. 2. The claimants, Hasbro (there is no need for most purpo...

    ... brushes; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); plastic ...' Playthings'' magazine, a trade publication for the toy industry. He has carried advertising for the defendants' product, and was ... indicated to Mr Popper that he would be in the US and Canada in September and suggested a meeting. He stated that sales in the ...

  • Mumtaz Properties Ltd, Re, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 24, 2011, [2011] EWCA Civ 610

    1. Each of the first three appellants has been found liable, as an officer of Mumtaz Properties Ltd (``the Company''), to replace monies owing to the Company on their directors' loan accounts and the loan accounts of other directors. The first two appellants, Mr Saeed Ahmed (``Saeed'') and Mr Shafiq Ahmed (``Shafiq''), were shown at the Companies

    ...``21.1 Saeed Ahmed (Canada Life) £1,357.57. 21.2 Saeed Ahmed ... of the company (per Secretary of State for Trade and Industry v Hollier [2007] B.C.C. 11) on an equal footing with the other ... is entitled to the benefit of the doubt: Re Richborough Furniture Ltd [1996] BCC 155.''. 31. Neither counsel took us to the ...

  • The 3D printing revolution.

    ...In fact, the explosive emergence of the 3D industry is a result of the expiry of critical patents, which is driving .... Anything from furniture to mansions can now be printed. Indeed, a Chinese firm has ... made, a pilot project in Uganda funded by Grand Challenges Canada aims at reducing the price of prosthetics for amputees from ...

  • Vellacott v The Convergence Group Plc & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, July 31, 2007, [2007] EWHC 1774 (Ch)

    1. This is an application by the claimant for so-called non-party costs orders against Mr Alan Robinson and his wife, Mrs Gail Farrin Robinson, who were formerly directors of both, but subsequently of only one, of the two defendant companies. The costs in issue total some £5.6m. The application is made under the jurisdiction conferred by section 51...

    ...' experience in the global broadband cable and telecoms industry, his initial experience being gained during some 13 years spent ... in the project, in particular expatriate Greeks in Canada, South Africa and Australia. He had in mind raising initial funds ...£6,752 at the bank was recovered in full. There was furniture, equipment and a car perhaps worth £3,500. £8,033,111 was owed ...

  • Memory, history, and homesteading: George Woodcock, Herbert Read, and intellectual networks.

    ... show Woodcock interrogating his memories as his move to Canada encouraged critical reflection on the politics he had promoted in ...Even in a country where industry had despoiled the countryside as much as Britain, Woodcock ...had to follow Kropotkin and make some of the furniture .. it's been an experience I wouldn't have missed'. (66) . ...

  • Luis L. M. Aguiar and Andrew Herod (eds.): The Dirty Work of Neoliberalism: Cleaners in the Global Economy.

    ... beds, vacuum cleaning, polishing floors and moving furniture--a seven-hour day for a cool 3.25 [pounds sterling] per hour. ... in the collection take the reader all over the world, from Canada to Europe and from East Asia to Chile. The rising insecurity, ... to the reader the truly global scale of the cleaning industry: cleaning is, in fact, one of the fastest growing industries in ...

  • Zim companies re-enter the fray.

    ...The company is listed in Canada, where it also has its headquarters, and now also in Botswana, ... South Africa Regional Rank Company Name Country Industry Value Rank Top ($m) 250 1 49 Paladin Energy Namibia Mining and ... Malawi Banks and 95 Bank Financial Services 35 - Furniture Mart Botswana Consumer Goods - 93 Non Food 36 - Hwange Colliery ...

  • McCartney v McCartney, Court of Appeal - Family Division, March 17, 2008, [2008] EWHC 401 (Fam)

    2. The hearing took place over six days between 11 and 18 February 2008. The wife represented herself assisted, with my permission, by three Mckenzie Friends, namely her sister, Fiona Mills, Mr David Rosen, a solicitor-advocate, and Mr Michael Shilub, an American attorney. The husband was represented by Mr Nicholas Mostyn QC and Mr Timothy Bishop...

    ... the husband in March 2006 in relation to their trip to Canada for an appeal against seal clubbing. Furthermore, I accept the ... painted, works of art, musical instruments, jewellery, furniture, house contents, motor vehicles and horses were valued ... a significant change in sentiment in relation to music industry related assets over the period to 2002/2006. The later ...

  • Holland v Revenue and Customs & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 02, 2009, [2009] EWCA Civ 625,[2009] STC 1639,[2009] STI 2026

    1. This appeal by Mr Michael Holland is against an order dated 4 July 2008 made by Mr Mark Cawson QC sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge of the Chancery Division, his order following his 80-page judgment of 24 June 2008. The judgment followed a ten day trial of 42 originating applications issued by The Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and C...

    ... given by Evans-Lombe J in Secretary of State for Trade & Industry v. Hall and Nuttall [2006] EWHC 1995 (Ch). That case concerned a ...Williams Furniture Ltd and others (No 2) [1980] 1 All ER 393, at 404; Bairstow v. ...(1999) 85 DLR (4th) 129, a decision of the Supreme Court of Canada discussed by Lord Browne-Wilkinson [1995] 3 All ER 785, at 797, ...

  • Lucasfilm Ltd & Ors v Ainsworth & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 16, 2009, [2009] EWCA Civ 1328

    2. Lucasfilm Ltd and two other claimants (collectively ``Lucasfilm'', there being no material distinction between the claimants for present purposes) sue Mr Andrew Ainsworth and his company. Nothing turns on the presence of the latter. 3. Mr Michael Bloch QC and Mr Alan Bryson argued the case for Lucasfilm. Mr Alastair Wilson QC and Mr George...

    ... forms of such functional three-dimensional objects as furniture, props and buildings may be expressive and beautiful without ... their purpose was to encourage and protect local industry. So courts following the common law tradition have declined to ...Also, shipping charges for the US (and Canada) were specified before shipping charges to the UK and other parts ...

  • Crunch time for world trade deal: once again the developing countries have failed to convince the rich nations to play fair in world trade. The Doha Treaty, which would reduce poverty in the developing world while keeping the rich wealthy, has been shuttling backwards and forwards with no agreement in sight. The implications of a stalemate are serious.

    ... in farming, the rich world's most highly-protected industry. . It is a bitter irony that the 'quad' countries (Canada, the ... advantage, such as textiles, garments, leather goods, furniture and footwear. These all attract heavy tariffs of 15% or higher ...

  • P v P, Court of Appeal - Family Division, December 11, 2007, [2007] EWHC 2877 (Fam)

    The judgment is being distributed on the strict understanding that in any report no person other than the advocates or the solicitors instructing them (and other persons identified by name in the judgment itself) may be identified by name or location and that in particular the anonymity of the children and the adult members of their family must be

    ... which have been a feature of the financial services industry over the last 25 years. Between 1991 and 1997 he, and the family, ...The Trustees are the Royal Bank of Canada Trustees Ltd. The beneficiaries are the Husband (as primary ... LPDF (Property Ltd) accounts as "artwork, antique furniture and fittings". Some of the items purchased are listed in an ...

  • MADAGASCAR Africa's giant island awakens.

    .... Textile industry booms . The biggest boost to Madagascar's exports is, without ...EPZ firms also include printing, jewellery and furniture enterprises. Some success stories, such as that of Mad Attitude - ...Meanwhile, Canada's Qitfer corporation is awaiting the results of an environment ...