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With two judgments recently delivered in the Supreme Court, it is important to consider the consequences for lawyers drafting or negotiating, and advising on commercial contracts. Drafting The drafting of commercial contracts – especially in relation to clauses that would … Continue reading
Here at Franklins Solicitors, we have a long history of advising on insolvency law issues and assisting those involved in, or affected by, insolvency issues. Recently we successfully assisted a client who felt that his company had invalidly been placed … Continue reading
I acted on behalf of the domain name registrar and hosting provider, Safenames, in the High Court case of Pocket Kings Limited -v- Safenames Limited and the Commonwealth of Kentucky  EWCH 2529 (Ch),  All ER (D) 205 (Oct), 2010 2 WLR 1110.
The case concerned the enforceability in England and Wales of a domain name order made in the United States state of Kentucky affecting the online gaming business operated through the domain name fulltiltpoker.com. Continue reading