In Rakesh Sinha v Manoj Saluja (21/2/2018), the Court refused to continue an interim injunction preventing the sale of business premises. The applicant had borrowed money from the respondent and had granted a second charge over his business premises. The respondent sought repayment and appointed a receiver of the premises under a power of appointment … Continue reading Court refuses to continue an interim injunction preventing the sale of business premises

In Canary Wharf Investments Ltd & Others v Brewer and Others (23/02/2018), interim injunctions were granted to prevent “urban explorers” trespassing on the Canary Wharf estate where they had been climbing on buildings, cranes and accessing restricted areas. The six named defendants were “urban explorers” who climbed buildings and cranes in the area and posted … Continue reading Interim injunction granted against “urban explorers” for trespassing at Canary Wharf

In Aquinas Education Ltd v (1) Dorian Miller (2) Max Pembleton (3) Charles Anthony Gatter (4) Link3 Recruitment Ltd [2018] EWHC 404 (QB), the court refused to award the claimant a springboard injunction citing that the claimant was unable to establish that the defendants had a continuing benefit from unlawfully obtained information. The claimant was … Continue reading Claimant’s failure to demonstrate an ongoing advantage results in court’s refusal of springboard injunction

In Frank Industries Pty Ltd v Nike Retail BV & Others (02/03/2018), the owner of the trade mark “LNDR” used on upmarket activewear for ladies was granted an interim injunction to prevent the Nike group using “LDNR” as part of their “Nothing beats a Londoner” promotional campaign. The claimant sold upmarket active wear for ladies … Continue reading Interim injunction granted to restrain use of trademark

In Re a Company (No 5245 of 2017) [2018] EWHC 275 (Ch), the High Court granted an injunction to restrain presentation of a winding up petition where the debtor had a genuine and serious cross-claim that exceeded the value of the debt. The Company (D) had been served with various statutory demands by a former … Continue reading Injunction granted to restrain presentation of winding up petition where debtor had a genuine and serious cross-claim