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June 2015

Welcome to the June 2015 edition of The Round-Up!

In this issue Dr Tim Sampson examines the Supreme Court's decision in Starbucks (HK) Limited v British Broadcasting Group and Other (No.2) [2015] UKSC 31 and the effect this has on the law concerning passing off claims. 

Elizabeth Dwomoh considers another Supreme Court decision in Haile v London Borough of Waltham Forest [2015] UKSC 34 which concerns the definition of "intentional homelessness."

Adam Swirsky considers the case of Sterling v United Learning Trust (UKEAT/2015/0439) and the effect of the amended Rule 10 of the Employment Tribunal Rules, which requires that an ET1 must contain a valid ACAS certificate number.

Finally, Ross Beaton advises when a late amendment to a statement of case will be too late following the decision in CIP Properties v Galliford Try Infrastructure [2015] EWHC 1345 (TCC).

The Round-up 2015