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TLT has advised the Las Iguanas, the Latin American restaurant chain, on a premise licence so Deliveroo, an online food delivery company, can deliver from its Kingston-upon-Thames restaurant.
TLT acted for the Banks in the case of Bank of Baroda, Bank of India & another -v- Nawany Marine Shipping FZE & others, where Judgment was recently given on the debtors' challenge to the jurisdiction of the English courts.
If your business sells goods to consumers across the EU, you may need to review your standard terms of sale following the recent ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in the case of Verein für Konsumenteninformation v Amazon EU Sàrl.
TLT has been awarded the 'best sustainability project proposal' at the SHIFT Awards 2016. This was in collaboration with City of Westminster, University of Oxford and Future Climate, the UK’s leading organisation working on energy issues.
In the recent case of MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company SA v Cottonex Anstalt , the Court of Appeal considered the question of whether an innocent party faced with a repudiatory breach could affirm a contract once its purpose had been frustrated.
The CMA has launched a market study into digital comparison tools (DCTs), including price comparison websites and smartphone apps, to assess whether they are functioning well for consumers, business and the economy.
TLT has appointed Jason Juden as a partner to lead the firm's property litigation offering in London.
Recently the European Commission published a report summarising the provisional results of its e-commerce sector inquiry. The aim of the inquiry is to obtain an overview of current market trends, gather evidence on potential barriers to competition and understand the prevalence of potentially restrictive business practices.
In Howmet Ltd v Economy Devices Ltd and others  the Court of Appeal decided that a manufacturer of a defective product was not liable in negligence because the innocent party had chosen to continue to use the product, despite being aware of the defect.