A Point of Interest - FBT Productions, LLC v Let Them Eat Vinyl Distribution Ltd
Author Albrecht Durer "Ship of Fools"
Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (Ian Karet) FBT Productions, LLC v Let Them Eat Vinyl Distribution Ltd  EWHC 1316 (IPEC) (17 May 2021)
S.15 and Sched 1 of the Administration of Justice Act 1982 inserted a new s.35A (1) into the Senior Courts Act 1981:
"Subject to rules of court, in proceedings (when-ever instituted) before the High Court for the recovery of a debt or damages there may be included in any sum for which judgement is given simple interest, at such rate as the court thinks fit or as rules of court may provide, on all or any part of the debt or damages in respect of which judgement, for all or any part of the period between the date when the cause of action arose and—
(a) in the case of any sum paid before judgement, the date of the payment; and
(b) in the case of the sum for which judgement is given, the date of the judgement."
In FBT Productions, LLC v Let Them Eat Vinyl Distribution Ltd  EWHC 932 (IPEC) (20 April 2021) which I discussed in The Inquiry - FBT Productions, LLC v Let Them Eat Vinyl Distribution Ltd. on 5 May 2021, Ian Karet, sitting as a judge of the High Court, awarded the claimant damages of £7,452.50 plus "appropriate interest".The claimant's idea of "appropriate" interest was £1,805.55.computed as 2.5% above the three-month US LIBOR.