Monthly Archives: October 2009

The Supreme Court – a Missed Opportunity

Some years ago I was a member of a working party of the Lib-Dem Lawyers Association that was tasked with commenting on the government’s proposals for constitutional reform. One of those proposals was a new Supreme Court for the United … Continue reading

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Practice: Mediation in the IPO

Last week I represented a defendant to a trade mark and passing off claim in a mediation that took place in the new London offices of the Intellectual Property Office. This was the first time I had visited those premises … Continue reading

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