The relief sought for by the Applicant was exceptionally granted by the Judge in Chambers on the basis of witness statement, departing from the prescribed affidavit evidence, in view of the extreme urgency and stakes involved.

The Judge ruled that the “Applicant has therefore established that he has a legitimate interest in maintaining the use of the above names (domain names), banners and email addresses, at least pending the determination of the main case” and found that “the balance of convenience tilts squarely in the Applicant’s favour”.

The Appleby team was led by Anjana Ramuruth-Seesurn, who acted as counsel and was assisted by Yantee Hurnaurn-Calcutteea.

Appleby’s Dispute Resolution team provide advice on every aspect of the law and act on a full range of legal issues, often dealing with high-profile, sophisticated and complex disputes. The team are experts in the resolution of every type of commercial and civil dispute, whether through litigation or arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. The team includes experienced advocates with rights of audience, who litigate at all levels of the court system. This includes the Privy Council; the final court of appeal for all eight of the jurisdictions where we practice. Appleby also have significant experience in providing legal expertise to support disputes in other jurisdictions.

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