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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 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

2017 has been another busy year for the Courts in considering injunction applications. In this post we look back at some of the most important decisions of the year. In particular, we consider: The use of injunctions regarding threatened strikes by employees Recent issues arising from freezing orders The Court of Appeal comments on the … Continue reading INJUNCTIONS BLOG: THE TOP CASES OF 2017

In UK Mission Enterprise Limited v Peter Lendvai [Unreported], the High Court granted an interim injunction against a former employee who had threatened to disclose confidential client information following his dismissal. The company provided support to members of the Dubai government and its royal family when they were in the UK. Some employees had access … Continue reading High Court grants interim injunction against former employee who threatened to disclose confidential client information

In Western Avenue Properties Ltd & another v (1) Sadhanh Soni (2) Denning Sotomayor Ltd [2017] EWHC 2650 (QB) the claimants were granted an injunction to prevent their former in-house lawyer from acting for another party who had an interest adverse to the claimants in order to avoid the risk that confidential information might be … Continue reading Injunction prevents former in-house lawyer from acting for a new law firm in a case involving their former employer

In Team Y & R Holdings Hong Kong Ltd and others v Ghossoub and Cavendish Square Holding BV and another v Ghossoub [2017] EWHC 2401 (Comm) the English Court heard an application for an anti-suit injunction that would have restrained the defendant from pursuing unfair prejudice proceedings in Hong Kong against (i) two companies that … Continue reading Court declines to make anti-suit injunction against group companies

In two recent decisions, the English Courts have demonstrated their willingness to grant injunctions to prevent a party from relying on legally privileged material belonging to the other party to litigation. Legal professional privilege entitles a client to refuse to disclose confidential advice and communications with their lawyers to third parties (such as the court, … Continue reading Courts order injunctions to prevent the use of privileged material

In MTP Group Ltd v Peel and others the court dismissed (i) an application for a springboard injunction to prevent the defendants gaining a competitive advantage through dealing or contracting with particular customers; and (ii) a permanent injunction that sought to enforce the defendant’s confidentiality obligations to prevent the alleged misuse of confidential information. The … Continue reading High Court dismisses springboard injunction application in breach of confidentiality claim