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By Joshua Folkard
As Exit Day approaches, an increasing amount of secondary legislation has been passed or published in draft.
By Nicholas Broomfield
The first issue arising was what was meant by a "distinct area" in clause 6.2.1 of the AFL. Mears' position was that it applied to any room.
By Benjamin Fowler
Yesterday, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in Richard Slade & Co v Boodia [2018] EWCA Civ 2667, resolving much of the confusion and concern that had fomented around the now reversed High Court decision ...
By Benjamin Fowler
Ending the jurisdiction of the CJEU over the UK is one of the highest-profile ‘red lines' drawn by Theresa May and emphasised since the Brexit vote in June 2016, under the mantra of "taking back control of our laws".
By Steve Innes
This week the Administrative Court handed down judgment in three appeals by the Solicitors Regulation Authority: SRA v Sovani James, SRA v Esteddar MacGregor, SRA v Peter Naylor [2018] EWHC 3058 (Admin).
By Joshua Folkard
Of course, the draft Agreement requires the approval of (among others) the UK Parliament and the Member States who will remain in the EU.
By Carl Troman
Four key points for the limitation period for contract and tort claims.
By Carl Troman
Last month I gave my ten top tips for service of proceedings.
By Carl Troman
Service of proceedings continues to be a fertile ground for disputes. Meritorious and valuable claims can fail on a technicality given how hard it is to obtain a retrospective extension of time for service of a claim form.
By Steve Innes, Hannah Daly
When things go wrong in this situation, the courts always say that service should not be left to the last minute.
By Steve Innes
Ms Davey brought a claim against the Administrators, and counterclaimed against Dunbar, alleging that the property was sold at an undervalue.
By Shail Patel
In this example a purchaser is tricked into paying cash to a fraudster instead of his solicitor.
By Pippa Manby
On 26 February 2013 Toby gave formal notice of a claim under the Policy.
By Helen Evans, William Harman
In this article, Helen Evans and William Harman of 4 New Square argue that the recent decision in Financial Reporting Council Limited v Sports Direct International Plc [2018] EWHC 2284 (Ch) reignites the debate ...
By Clare Dixon
Clare Dixon of 4 New Square looks at the impact which costs budgeting has had on interim payments on account of costs and explains why, when an indemnity costs order is made, the budget won't necessarily be a ceiling to recovery.