MLA is a “talented performing artist” who suffered many years of sexual abuse at school which traumatised him and led to years of severe mental illness. He has authored a semi-autobiographical book which described the past abuse and the illnesses he has suffered as a result. The Court of Appeal described his book as “striking … Continue reading OPO v MLA: Interim injunction granted by the Court of Appeal under principle in Wilkinson v Downton

Blue Holdings (1) Pte Ltd and Blue Holdings (2) Pte Ltd v United States was an appeal against a High Court decision to continue an interim freezing injunction which had been granted to the United States under section 25 the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982 (the “CJJA”) in support of forfeiture proceedings in the … Continue reading No freezing injunction in support of foreign proceedings under section 25 of the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982 where the purpose is to circumvent the Proceeds of Crime Act regime for relief

In a mercifully short judgment in the long running Fiona Trust  case, Andrew Smith J considered (1) what conduct is relevant in deciding whether an enquiry for damages on a cross-undertaking should be refused; and (2) whether in the circumstances of that case it would be proper to refuse an enquiry. By way of judgment … Continue reading Parties’ conduct relevant as to whether to enforce the cross-undertaking in damages

In October 2013, Gatwick Airport Limited (“GAL”) commenced a tender procedure in relation to the provision of air navigation services and maintenance and repair services.  The incumbent services provider, NATS (Services) Limited (“NATS”), submitted its best and final offer on 2 June 2014 and was notified in July 2014 that it had been unsuccessful. NATS … Continue reading Another automatic contract suspension upheld