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In Cartier International AG v British Telecommunications, the Supreme Court decided that Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”) should not have to bear the cost of complying with website blocking injunctions to block access to websites infringing a rights-holder’s trade marks. Interestingly, this decision is the first one confirming the availability of blocking orders against websites infringing … Continue reading CARTIER INTERNATIONAL AG & ORS (Respondents) v BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLC & ANOR (Appellants) (2018)

In Clarkson Plc v Person or Persons Unknown [2018] EWHC 417 (QB), the court granted the claimant’s application for a final injunction by way of default judgment without holding a hearing. The unknown defendants had illegally obtained sensitive IT information belonging to the claimant, a shipping company, and had threatened to disclose this information unless … Continue reading Court derogates from the “open justice” principle and grants a final injunction without a hearing