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The UK High Court awards an interim injunction restraining a breach of Art 81 EC as it was proven that there is a serious question to be tried (Cutsforth / Mansfield Inn)

In the present case, the applicant sought the extension until trial or further order of an interim injunction granted ex parte against the defendants. This application was accepted by the trial judge, Sir Neil Lawson J., for reasons which will be set out presently. Before proceeding to the findings of the judge, the factual background to this litigation will be set out. The plaintiff firm in the present case had been in the business of equipping suitable venues with coin-operated amusement machines for almost 20 years. A considerable proportion of their business consisted of follow-up services and thus most of their clientele were geographically proximate to the firm. A local brewery which had over 57 tied undertakings supplied its tenants with a list of recommended games suppliers

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  • London School of Economics (London)

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Orla Lynskey, The UK High Court awards an interim injunction restraining a breach of Art 81 EC as it was proven that there is a serious question to be tried (Cutsforth / Mansfield Inn), 28 October 1985, e-Competitions October 1985, Art. N° 1152

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