Tort Harassment. The Queen's Bench Division dismissed the claimant ministerial aide's claim for harassment and misuse of private information.
Confidential information Injunction against disclosure of information. The Queen's Bench Division allowed the well known singer's application for the continuation of a non-disclosure order.
Pension Company pension scheme. The Chancery Division, on an application for directions from the claimant administrators of the Wedgwood Museum Trust Ltd, held that the museum collection was not held in a separate trust, but was available to meet the costs of the insolvency, including the pension deficit across the entire group.
Practice Pre-trial or post-judgment relief. The Queen's Bench Division granted an injunction prohibiting disclosure of certain information and orders to prevent further dissemination of that information, and to enable the claimant to give notice of the order to any person whom the defendants identified as persons to whom they had already disclosed information which was the subject of the order.
Landlord and tenant Lease. The Supreme Court held that a 'month by month' occupiers agreement between the defendant tenant and claimant mutual housing co-operative landlord was a tenancy for a term of 90 years determinable only in accordance with the terms of the agreement.
Contract Construction. The Commercial Court interpreted a contract, contained in a letter, regarding the operation of the claimant's low cost airline from and to the defendant's airport.
Contract Consumer contract. The Chancery Division of the High Court found that although the defendants' contracts with regard to the administration of gyms were not credit agreements, they contained a number of aspects that were unfair, contrary to the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.
Sentence Imprisonment. The Court of Appeal, Criminal Division, dismissed the defendant company's appeal against sentence on the basis that the judge had not erred in determining the fine imposed and the fact that the company would be put into liquidation would be an unfortunate but unavoidable consequence.
Sale of land Contract. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, dismissed the claimants' appeal where a contract of sale had been validly executed by the parties.
Negligence Defective premises. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, allowed the defendant's appeal where extensive renovation work carried out to a house was not sufficient to allow the court to conclude that a new dwelling had been provided by the defendant for the purposes of the .