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A High Court judge warned Cornwall's Eden Project that it may have to change its name if he rules in favour of Jonathan Ball, the architect hoping to be compensated to the tune of £5.5 million in his long-running dispute on intellectual property rights. A ruling was due to be announced as the AJ went to press. Counsel for Ball told the court that the Eden Project had attempted to 'airbrush' him from its history.

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