EWHC

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EWHCHigh Court of England and Wales
EWHCEvery Woman Health Club (Redwood City, CA)
EWHCEuropean Work Hazards Conference
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38) Re Telewest Communications Pic [2004] EWIIC 924; Re Magyar Telecom BV [2013] EWHC 3800 (Ch); Re Apcoa Parking Holdings GmbH [2014] EWHC 3849 (Ch).
165) See Sofa Workshop, [2015] EWHC (IPEC) 1773 at [89].
DPP ex parte Manning [2000] EWHC (QB) 562 [23], [2001] QB 330.
The Sec'y of State for the Home Dep't, [2014] 1mm AR 245, [[paragraph] 113], [2013] EWHC (Admin) 1900, [2013] WLR(D) 280, [2014] 1 WLR2306 (Eng.
For example, Hurst v Leeming [2001] EWHC 1051 (Ch); Dyson v Leeds City Council [2000] CP Rep 42; Dunnett v Railtrack (n 53); McCook v Lobo and Others [2002] EWCA Civ 1760; Leicester Circuits (n 7).
State for Comtys & Local Gov't, [2011] EWHC 1572 (Eng.
On the Application of) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWHC 888 (Admin) (01 April 2015); LH and IP (gay men: risk) (CG) [2015] UKUT 73 (IAC) (18 February 2015); IA269272013 [2014] UKAITUR IA269272013 (20 November 2014); Kareem (Proxy marriages--EU law) Nigeria [2014] UKUT 24 (IAC) (16 January 2014).
Azevedo, [2012] EWHC (Comm) at [13H14] (explaining that interest postponement was key to restructuring).
40) Two exceptions are that invading an occupier's airspace by flying at an unreasonably low or unsafe height is a trespass (Bernstein v Skyviews, [1978] EWHC 479 (QB) [Bernstein]), and the unreasonable use of a public highway may constitute a trespass to one's land adjacent to the highway (Hickman v Maisey, [1900] 1 QB 752--in that case, trespass was committed by a man walking back and forth along the highway for hours to record racehorse trials on adjacent property).
This is due to the rulings in Smith v ADVFN Plc [2008] EWHC 1797 (QB), 2008 WL 2872559 whereby the court ruled that it is more susceptible to equate bulletin board exchanges on the Internet with slander.
In the case of Whitmar Publications Ltd v Gamage and others [2013] EWHC 1881 (Ch) the High Court granted an injunction over the use of LinkedIn group contacts which had been created in the course of an employee's employment.
Assenagon, [2012] EWHC (Ch) 2090, [54] (noting that the plaintiff made a "powerful submission" when arguing that an English statute would not permit so low of a payout).