||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 45 (Oct)
|| EWHC 1984 (Ch)
||Giles Fernando (instructed by Simon Conroy) for the claimants.
||James Mellor (instructed by Clintons) for the defendants.
||4 October 2002
Natural justice - Judge - Bias - Apparent bias - Whether fair minded and informed observer would conclude there was a real possibility of bias.
In a dispute concerning the use of the name 'Relentless' for a record label the court granted the defendants summary judgement on their counterclaim for registered trade mark infringement.
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