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"Good faith" clause rehabilitates failing breach of confidence claim Health and Case Management Ltd v Physiotherapy Network Ltd [2018] EWCH 869 (QB)

Published on 26 June 2018. By Louise Morgan, Senior Associate and Paul Joseph, Partner

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This case provides an interesting example of a "good faith" clause providing protection for misuse of data in a situation where a confidential information clause failed to sufficiently protect against misuse of information.

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Confidential information "oiled" progress of new product development

Published on 14 December 2016. By Louise Morgan, Senior Associate and David Cran, Partner

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When is information confidential? A recent case gave cause for the English High Court to clarify.

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Comic Enterprises remains gleeful as CofA upholds series marks

Published on 31 May 2016. By Ciara Cullen, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

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The Court of Appeal recently ruled on an outstanding aspect of the appeal brought by Twentieth Century Fox in the "Glee" trade mark dispute.

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Move to unified European regime as trade secrets directive adopted by EU Parliament

Published on 25 April 2016. By David Cran, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

Earlier this month, on 14 April 2016, the draft European Directive on the protection of trade secrets against their unlawful acquisition, use and disclosure was passed by the European Parliament (EP) at a first reading.

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Comic Enterprises feel gleeful after CofA upholds trade mark infringement

Published on 01 March 2016. By David Cran, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

This recent hearing is the latest instalment in the "Glee" trade mark dispute between Comic Enterprises and Twentieth Century Fox.

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Vestergaard – creating another buzz

Published on 04 December 2014. By David Cran, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

This long-running case [1] has now reached a finale – a High Court decision on the assessment of damages, handed down in October 2014.

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No loss of confidence – causation in confidential information claims

Published on 07 October 2014. By David Cran, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

Richmond Pharmacology Ltd v Chester Overseas Ltd, Milton Levine and Larry Levine [2014] EWHC 2692 (Ch)

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No loss of confidence – establishing causation in confidential information claims

Published on 10 February 2014. By David Cran, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

Richmond Pharmacology Ltd v Chester Overseas Ltd, Milton Levine and Larry Levine [2014] EWHC 2692 (Ch)

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Trade Secrets – A Unified European Regime?

Published on 21 October 2013. By David Cran, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

Earlier this year, a study was prepared for the European Commission relating to the treatment of Trade Secrets and Confidential Business Information within the internal market.

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Vestergaard – guarding trade secrets

Published on 29 July 2013. By David Cran, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

The Supreme Court has ruled, in the final stage of this case, that an ex-employee could not have misused confidential information if she did not know about (i) the confidential information; and (ii) the fact of its misuse.

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Supreme Court clarifies what constitutes 'making' a patented product

Published on 25 March 2013. By Paul Joseph, Partner and Louise Morgan, Senior Associate

On 13 March 2013 the Supreme Court issued its weighty decision in the long-running case of Schütz v Werit([2013] UKSC 16).

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