Three recent decisions have brought back into the spotlight the importance of complying with injunctive orders and the very serious repercussions that can follow repeated breaches. Kimyani and others v Sandhu [2017] EWHC 1302 (Ch) Facts: Kimyani and others v Sandhu concerned a family dispute. The applicants, three siblings of Ms Sandhu, had been granted … Continue reading Jailed for breaching injunctions: three cases

In Trant Engineering Ltd v Mott MacDonald Ltd [2017] EWHC 2061 (TCC) the High Court was asked to grant an interim injunction to permit access to a building information model (“BIM”). The claimant was employed by the Ministry of Defence as a works contractor to build a £55 million power station in the Falkland Islands … Continue reading Technology and Construction Court grants interim injunction requiring access to a building information model