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High Court refuses to grant a mandatory injunction compelling an unwilling supplier to recommence its supply of goods and services under a disputed contract. In Vibrant Doors Ltd v Rohen UK Ltd [Unreported] (15/03/2018), the claimant applied for a mandatory injunction requiring the defendant to continue making supplies for at least six months under the … Continue reading High Court refuses to grant a mandatory injunction compelling an unwilling supplier to recommence its supply of goods and services under a disputed contract

In two recent cases, injunctions have been used by local authorities to restrain travellers from camping on council owned land. In Waltham Forest London Borough Council v Persons Unknown (12/1/2018), the Court decided it was just and proportionate to grant a three-year final borough-wide injunction preventing travellers from encamping on any green spaces. The travellers’ … Continue reading Injunctions used by local authorities to restrain travellers

A company applied for a worldwide freezing order against “persons unknown”. The application related to an alleged fraud which had been committed by unknown persons infiltrating the email account of one of the company’s senior management. Those persons then impersonated the senior manager to send payment instructions to other staff. As a result, a number … Continue reading Court grants a worldwide freezing order against “persons unknown” in connection with an alleged fraud

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

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

Two years ago, Olswang’s Litigation and Intellectual Property teams started The Injunctions Blog to monitor every significant judgment relating to injunctions. This has been another full year of such judgments, emanating from all areas of litigation including intellectual property, fraud, media, arbitration and employment, all covered on our blog.  We have prepared a note setting … Continue reading Injunctions: the top 10 cases of 2016