Case Reports

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The Rubik’s Cube shape is not an EU trademark and its non-visible functional elements including its rotating ability should have been considered when it was registered, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled. At the request of Seven Towers, a UK company which manages, inter al

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The High Court has awarded a sum of €47,200 to a Dublin shop manager who was injured after slipping at work. Mr Justice Barr accepted evidence from medical experts that the injury had caused the woman to experience pain in her knee since the date of the accident in 2012, until this was relieved by

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Social housing sector tenants who challenged the so called “bedroom tax” have received a mixed outcome at the UK Supreme Court. Lord Neuberger, Lady Hale, Lord Mance, Lord Sumption, Lord Carnwath, Lord Hughes and Lord Toulson heard the cases, which relate to the cap on housing benefit introduced

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In the High Court in Belfast, Justice Maguire dismissed two judicial review challenges in Northern Ireland to the way the Government intends to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union to trigger withdrawal from the EU. In August 2016, two applications for judicial review of the Government&

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The extension of the period of validity of existing state aid must be regarded as the alteration of that aid and, therefore, as new aid, the Court of Justice of the Europen Union has held. In 1960, DEI, a public electricity company, entered into a contract with Alouminion, a Greek company specialise

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