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As the UK moves ever closer to the end of the Brexit transition period on the 31st December, responses to a recent Ministry of Justice (MOJ) consultation has highlighted the potential for legal chaos if the High Court, Appeal Court and Supreme Court abandon current EU case law.

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Martin Lewis, the brains behind popular consumer advice website ‘Moneysavingexpert.com’ and presenter of ITV’s ‘The Martin Lewis Money Show’, has recently issued proceedings in the High Court against internet and social media giant Facebook.

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A recent decision by the European court of justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg means that the four finger Kit Kat chocolate and biscuit bar is set to lose its protected trademark status, opening up the likelihood of ‘copy-cat Kit Kat’s’ from rival manufacturers. The ECJ’s advocate general advised judges to throw out manufacturer Nestle’s appeal, and whilst the advocate generals advice is not binding, it’s very likely that it will be followed.

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In what has been described as one of the largest contract update and re-drafting exercises in history, legal services provider Axiom is now able to provide an AI (artificial intelligence) based process designed specifically to help companies update over 7.5 million financial services agreements and contracts in the run-up to Brexit.

A recent High Court case has made it clear that Litigants in Person (known as LiPS – private individuals who are representing themselves in Court) will not get special treatment when bringing a legal action in the UK.

Internet giant Google is embroiled in a second High Court case with another businessman demanding that articles concerning his criminal past are removed from the search engines search results.

Spring 2018 will see the launch of online digital courtrooms for UK claimants, with tax appeal tribunal cases set to be the first to be offered this option. For the first time, claimants and their solicitors will be offered the option of ‘attending’ a court hearing online, using secure audio & video links delivered via a standardised internet platform, as opposed to having to turn up in person.

Following a recent decline in the value of the luxury car market, former business partners Petro Levchenko and Karan Abbott are now facing an unedifying – and expensive - High Court battle to decide who is at fault for the losses their partnership incurred.

Having originally met each other in a London shisha bar, and with subsequent meetings at a string of fashionable London nightspots, Levchenko and Abbott originally agreed to form a business relationship that would combine Levchenko’s experience as a trader in digital currencies with Abbotts passion for the luxury and rare car market.

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