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TIMES LAW REPORTS

Posted in ENGLISH LAW, TIMES LAW ARTICLES by NNLRJ INDIA on January 21, 2010

Read the latest about  English Law form Weekly Times Law Reports (JANUARY 21, 2010)

Mental illness not exceptional

KH (Afghanistan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department

Challenge to Scottish Act of Parliament fails

Axa General Insurance Ltd and Others v Lord Advocate and Others

Stop and search powers violate human rights

Gillan and Quinton v United Kingdom

Tribunal more appropriate for workplace harassment claim

Veakins v Kier Islington Ltd

Court can use power of substitution to defeat defence to claim

Parkinson Engineering Services plc (in Liquidation) v Swan and Another

Dishonesty not required in establishing fraud

Cavel USA Inc and Another v Seaton Insurance Co and Another

Proving breach of copyright by using another’s images

Regina v Gilham

Employment tribunal can determine enforceability

Industrious Ltd v Vincent

Coroner’s power to leave possibly causative matters to the jury

Regina (Lewis) v Coroner for Mid and North Division of Shropshire and Another

Evaluating DNA evidence from scene of crime

Regina v Reed and Reed and Regina v Garmson

Whether to sell matrimonial home before divorce decree

Miller-Smith v Miller-Smith

Prisoner cannot sue over officers’ unlawful strike

Iqbal v Prison Officers Association

Knives attract high sentences

Regina v Maina Regina v Saddique Regina v Kika

US copyright judgment cannot be enforced in English jurisdiction

Lucasfilm Ltd and Others v Ainsworth and Others

No bias in enforcing same-sex duties

Islington London Borough Council v Ladele

Source: http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/law/reports/

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