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  • Murphy v Media Protection Services Ltd, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 21, 2007, [2007] EWHC 3091 (Admin),[2008] Bus LR 1454

    2. This is an appeal by way of case stated against the dismissal by the Crown Court at Portsmouth of Karen Murphy's appeal against conviction by Portsmouth magistrates for two offences contrary to s.297(1) of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (``the CDPA''). The charges against Ms Murphy were that on 19th August 2006 and on 25th Septembe...

    ... Any person within a broadcaster's ``footprint'' who has the ... CDPA, and s.6 contains the necessary definitions. It is convenient to set out the whole of the ... that Member States provide appropriate legal protection against the placing on the market, for ... Its definition of ``broadcaster'' - ``the natural or legal person who has editorial responsibility ...

  • Zurich Insurance PLC UK Branch (Appellant) v International Energy Group Limited (Respondent)

    ... English law, to (b) the position between persons so responsible and their insurers. This appeal ... sources were tortious, non-tortious, by natural causes or by the victim him or herself. . 5. The ... for example indemnity in respect of legal liability for sums payable as compensation for ... the one hand, the defendants are, by definition, in breach of their duties towards the claimants ...

  • Warner-Lambert Company LLC (Respondent) v Generics (UK) Ltd t/a Mylan and another (Appellants)

    ... LLP) Written submissions only In person Written submissions only (2) EFPIA . (3) ABPI ...Traditionally, there were two legal obstacles. First, both the product and the ... of Chronic Pain Syndromes and Definitions of Pain Terms , published in 1994 by the ... is taken to intend the ordinary and natural consequences of his acts. He objectively intends ...

  • Warner-Lambert Company LLC (Appellant) v Generics (UK) Ltd t/a Mylan and another (Respondents)

    ... LLP) Written submissions only In person Written submissions only (2) EFPIA . (3) ABPI ...Traditionally, there were two legal obstacles. First, both the product and the ... of Chronic Pain Syndromes and Definitions of Pain Terms , published in 1994 by the ... is taken to intend the ordinary and natural consequences of his acts. He objectively intends ...

  • Warner-Lambert Company LLC (Respondent) v Generics (UK) Ltd t/a Mylan and another (Appellants)

    ... LLP) Written submissions only In person Written submissions only (2) EFPIA . (3) ABPI ...Traditionally, there were two legal obstacles. First, both the product and the ... of Chronic Pain Syndromes and Definitions of Pain Terms , published in 1994 by the ... is taken to intend the ordinary and natural consequences of his acts. He objectively intends ...

  • James Rhodes (Appellant) v OPO (by his litigation friend BHM) and another (Respondents)

    ..., can it ever be used to prevent a person from publishing true information about himself? . ...Mr Downton secured a place for himself in legal history by a misconceived practical joke. He ... upon, was liable to make good any loss naturally resulting from the representee acting on it, but ... summoned refers with approval to the definition of malice by Bayley J in the case of Bromage v ...

  • Kelway, R (on the application of) v The Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber), Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 20, 2013, [2013] EWHC 2575 (Admin)

    (1) Whether the claimant Dr Kelway (``DK'') was entitled to permission to apply for judicial review of two decisions of the UT refusing him permission to appeal and to set aside that refusal decision. In the judicial review, he sought an order to set aside those two decisions. The application arises in a complex field involving a decision of the Ft...

    ... statement of the district judge was the `personal data' of both DK and, separately, of the district ...(2) Secondly a legal challenge based on the correct interpretation of ... DPA and, by incorporation of the DPA definition, into the FOIA. 8. The procedural challenge was ..., whatever the nationality or residence of natural persons, respect their fundamental rights and ...

  • The Lord Chancellor v Charles Ete and Co & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 18, 2016, [2016] EWHC 275 (QB)

    1. The Lord Chancellor as successor to the Legal Services Commission (``LSC'') brings a claim for the recovery of payments on account made to a firm of solicitors, Charles Ete & Co (``the Firm'') under the legal aid scheme. The claim was brought in the High Court. The Defendants are firstly the Firm, secondly Mr. Charles Ete and thirdly Ratookuma...

    ...1. The Lord Chancellor as successor to the Legal Services Commission (``LSC'') brings a claim for ... out by a different Auditor from the person who had audited the Firm in 2011. The Auditor ... terminate had been tainted by breach of natural justice because it had included LSC officials and ... Standard Civil Contract enlarged the definition of ``overpayment or mispayment'' under clause ...

  • Recall Support Services Ltd & Ors v Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, October 17, 2013, [2013] EWHC 3091 (Ch)

    1. The Claimants bring this action to recover damages for the loss they say they have suffered as a result of a restriction imposed by the Defendant (`DCMS') on the use of a piece of telecommunications equipment known as a GSM Gateway. The Claimants allege that that restriction constitutes a serious breach of European Union law - so serious that t...

    ... must first establish that the domestic legal provisions did indeed fail properly to implement ... imposed by the network to which the called person subscribes. This is called the mobile call ...22. This definition was intended to catch mobile phones and the term ... more than a declaration by a legal or natural person to the national regulatory authority of ...

  • Old Hunstanton Parish Council v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government & Ors, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, July 15, 2015, [2015] EWHC 1958 (Admin)

    1. The Claimant applies under section 288 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (``TCPA 1990'') to quash the decision of the First Defendant, made by an Inspector (Ms S. Stevens) appointed by him, on 1 December 2014, to grant planning permission for an affordable housing development (15 dwellings) on land at Coach House, Cromer Road, Old Hunst...

    ... Richard Honey (instructed by the Government Legal Service) for the First Defendant. Heather Sargent ...8. Under section 288 TCPA 1990, a person aggrieved may apply to quash a decision on the ..., heritage and wildlife, and its natural resources to be enjoyed by all. The development ... CS06, and the wording of the Glossary definition, that the Third Defendant was intending to give ...

  • Daniel v Secretary of State for the Department of Health, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 28, 2014, [2014] EWHC 2578 (QB)

    1. The Claimant was employed by the Defendant, in its earlier form as the Ealing, Hammersmith and Hounslow Health Authority, then the Hammersmith and Fulham Primary Care Trust, as Network Co-ordinator of the West London Cancer Research Network (WLCRN) re-titled later as Cancer Research Network Manager. She commenced employment in March 2002 and ini...

    ... that Professor Gabra might use his personal relationship with Professor David Cameron and ... She said she would be taking HR and legal advice. . 87. After the Christmas holiday the ...142. There is no definition of ``bullying'' in the authorities, though some ... by stress at work; they were part of the natural progression of her underlying condition. . 200. ...

  • Lomas & Ors (Joint Administrators of Lehman Brothers International (Europe)) v Burlington Loan Management Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, October 05, 2016, [2016] EWHC 2417 (Ch),[2016] WLR(D) 503

    Is the Accrual Issue affected by the fact that LBIE is in an English not a German insolvency proceeding? ..............................................................................................89 The Default Issue ........................................................................................93 The test for serious and definitive ref...

    ...(11) Section 14 is a definitions section: for convenience a copy is attached. . ...47. The general legal principles for the purposes of English law are ... used and ascertain what a reasonable person, that is a person who has all the background ...However, the SCG and GSI naturally stress that it is those words that must be given ...

  • Fons HF v Corporal Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 28, 2013, [2013] EWHC 1801 (Ch)

    1. The issue that arises for determination in this claim is the true interpretation of Clause 3.1.1 of a Legal Charge dated 29 September 2008 made between the Claimant, Fons HF (``Fons'') (1) and Kaupthing Bank Luxembourg S.A. (``Kaupthing'') (2) (``the Charge''), and whether the first legal mortgage of ``the Shares'' provided for thereby extends t...

    ... true interpretation of Clause 3.1.1 of a Legal Charge dated 29 September 2008 made between the ...), which argues that the wording of the definition set out in para 2 above (``the Definition'') is, ... interest securing any obligation of any person and any other agreement or arrangement having ... rule that words should be given their `natural and ordinary meaning' reflects the common sense ...

  • R (on the application of Hallam) (Appellant) v Secretary of State for Justice (Respondent)

    ... (Instructed by The Government Legal . Department) Heather Williams QC . Adam Straw . ... the eligibility for compensation of persons convicted of a criminal offence where their ... the 1988 Act, providing a statutory definition of the term "miscarriage of justice": . "(1ZA) ...This sharpens what would anyway be our natural approach when construing provisions designed to ...

  • R (on the application of Nealon) (Appellant) v Secretary of State for Justice (Respondent)

    ... (Instructed by The Government Legal . Department) Heather Williams QC . Adam Straw . ... the eligibility for compensation of persons convicted of a criminal offence where their ... the 1988 Act, providing a statutory definition of the term "miscarriage of justice": . "(1ZA) ...This sharpens what would anyway be our natural approach when construing provisions designed to ...

  • UK Power Networks Services (Contracting) Ltd, R (on the Application of) v The Gas and Electricity Markets Authority & Ors, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, November 07, 2014, [2014] EWHC 3678 (Admin)

    1. The Claimant is UK Power Networks Services (Contracting) Limited (``UKPNS''). It ``runs'', for want of a more neutral verb, the high voltage part of the electricity supply network at London Heathrow Airport. It does so under a very long term agreement (the ``Distribution Agreement'') between itself and Heathrow Airport Limited (``HAL''), the Int...

    ... actions which have to be performed by a person who is able to operate the network. Under the ... by a dearth of any, or any sensible, definitions. What was a simple and rather elegant proposition ... important both in providing context to the legal analysis and in enabling me to assess the ...2. `producer' means a natural or legal person generating electricity;. 3. ...

  • Brown & Anor v Neon Management Services Ltd & Anor (Rev 1), Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, August 10, 2018, [2018] EWHC 2137 (QB)

    1. The First and Second Claimants, Mr Brown and Ms Bhoma, are former employees of the First Defendant, Neon Management Services Ltd, and the Third Claimant, Ms O'Reilly, is a current employee serving her notice. The First Defendant is the management service company of the Second Defendant, Neon Underwriting Ltd, a Lloyd's syndicate providing insura...

    ... there were breaches of contract the modern legal position is that the PTRs do not automatically ... the witness box was largely down to his natural cautiousness and being overly defensive. His ... in the employment contracts of any other persons joining the M&A division at Neon around that ...The relevant limbs of the definition provide that ``misconduct'' means:. i) engaging ...

  • Banner Universal Motion Pictures Ltd v Endemol Shine Group Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, October 19, 2017, [2017] EWHC 2600 (Ch)

    1. This is a case management conference in a claim relating to a TV gameshow format called ``Minute Winner'' which was devised and committed to writing by 2005 by Mr Derek Banner. Mr. Banner is a Danish citizen, and the Claimant company, Banner Universal Motion Pictures Limited (``BUMP''), is an English company recently formed by him which contend...

    ... minute to win a TV set?'' Of course the person says yes. Who wouldn't want to win a brand new ... secret that other elements of the definition imply. The requirement is objective, without ... be considered worthy of protection in the legal sense, i.e. the information cannot be considered ... that the expression should be given its natural and ordinary meaning. He thought - distilling ...

  • The RBS Rights Issue Litigation, Re, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 08, 2016, [2016] EWHC 3161 (Ch)

    1. This judgment concerns three issues arising in the context of RBS's claim for privilege in respect of two categories of document of which the Claimants now seek specific disclosure and inspection. There is no dispute as to the relevance of the documents in question. Only `legal advice privilege' and `lawyers' working papers privilege' are claime...

    ...Only `legal advice privilege' and `lawyers' working papers ... a communication between a lawyer and a person authorised by RBS to give instructions to its ... Appeal did not arrive at any universal definition or set out a test to be applied in all ... whether that communication was made by a natural person or a company''. 96. Since, for the reasons ...

  • Littlewoods Retail Ltd & Ors v HM Revenue & Customs, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, March 28, 2014, [2014] EWHC 868 (Ch)

    1. Over 13 days between 28 October and 13 November 2013 I heard the resumed trial of these two actions, in which the claimants (to which I will often refer collectively as ``Littlewoods'') seek to recover from the Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (``HMRC'' or ``the Revenue'') the compounded use value of sums of money which they p...

    ... be far more desirable for all factual and legal issues to be decided at one resumed trial in ... which Ms Dyall could verify from her personal knowledge and experience. . (2) The claimants ... by the ECJ in two subsequent cases, Naturally Yours Cosmetics Ltd v Customs and Excise ... in principle that commission which, by definition, is earned in respect of supplies of primary ...

  • Bank Mellat (Appellant) v Her Majesty's Treasury (Respondent)

    .... Open justice and natural justice . 2. The idea of a court hearing ..., such a direction may "require" the person on whom it is served "not to enter into or to ... of proof and about evidence" and (c) "about legal representation". Section 66(4) states that ...Almost by definition, the closed evidence will be factual (including, ...

  • Belhaj and another (Respondents) v Straw and others (Appellants)

    ... (Instructed by The Government Legal . Department) (Instructed by Leigh Day) ... for false imprisonment, trespass to the person, conspiracy to injure or to use unlawful means, ... governing foreign act of state dovetail naturally with those governing state immunity, and that ... if it is not expedient to attempt a definition. It is an exercise of sovereign power. Obvious ...

  • Amey Birmingham Highways Ltd v Birmingham City Council, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, September 05, 2016, [2016] EWHC 2191 (TCC)

    This judgment will be in the following parts: (1) Introduction; (2) Pleadings and Procedure; (3) Dispute and Adjudicator's Decision; (4) Jurisdiction and Relief; (5) Background Facts; (6) Project Agreement; (7) Subsequent Facts; (8) Law; (9) Issue 1 -- Scope of the Agreement as set out in the Dispute; (10) Issue 2 -- Updating of the Agreement as

    ... has allowed the parties to realign the legal arguments in accordance with the recent decision ... which do not reflect the contractual definitions; and that the Defendant misunderstands and ...49. One would therefore naturally expect that the decision made by the Adjudicator ...55.1.1. death or personal injury;. 55.1.2. loss of or damage to property ...

  • Allen v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 19, 2015, [2015] EWHC 2463 (Admin)

    1. In this matter, the site in question is one which the Claimant wishes to continue in use as a site for gypsies and travellers. The claim is brought under section 288 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (``TCPA 1990''). The Claimant Mr Allen seeks to challenge a decision letter of the First Defendant Secretary of State of the 1st October...

    ... be allowed to continue because of the personal circumstances and needs of the site's ... for that development exists, and a legal obligation has been entered into for its delivery ... occupiers have gypsy status within the definition in the PPTS (108]. However, this does not affect ... of objections is subject to the rules of natural justice in so far as they require a fair hearing ...

  • Ittihadieh v 5-11 Cheyne Gardens RTM Company Ltd& Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 03, 2017, [2017] EWCA Civ 121,[2017] WLR(D) 158

    2. We were aware, at the hearing, that another constitution of this court had recently heard an appeal in Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing, which we understood raised issues about the exercise of discretion which might have a bearing on the outcome of these appeals. We therefore informed the parties that we would delay giving judgment in these appeals...

    ...i) The scope of the definition of ``personal data'' in section 1 of the DPA;. ... in communications which were subject to legal professional privilege. However, on 25 October ... data processing systems must ``respect [natural persons'] fundamental rights and freedoms, ...