In a unique decision arising from a woman's tragic death when pregnant with twins, the High Court gave posthumous effect to her longstanding wish to have a child by granting her bereaved husband permission to make use of an embryo stored in a fertility...
The legal doctrine of passing off is based on the principle that “No one is to sell their own goods under the pretence that they are the goods of another”. Zara v House of Zana Retail giant Zara recently launched legal action against an...
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