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By Hugh Evans
The broad principles as to how to value what has been lost from bungled litigation have been established for a long time.
By Katie Powell
Avondale Exhibitions v Arthur J Gallagher concerned a claim by a company against its insurance broker arising from an insurer's decision to decline cover.
By Mark Cannon, Anthony Jones
In Navigators Insurance Company Ltd and ors v Atlasnavios-Navegacao LDA (formerly Bnavios-Navagecao LDA), the Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by the insured shipowners challenging the decision by insurers ...
By Nicole Sandells QC, Nicholas Broomfield
P&P Property Limited v Owen White & Catlin LLP and Dreamvar (UK) Limited v Mishcon de Reya [2018] EWCA Civ. 1082 were conjoined appeals that raised common issues about the liability...
By Ben Elkington, Richard Liddell
In a recently published Commercial Court judgment, which was initially delivered ex tempore in private, Mr Justice Andrew Baker considered a challenge, brought under section 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996, ...
By Neil Hext QC, Steve Innes, Helen Evans
Inevitably it will transpire that mistakes will have been made by professionals giving (often very expensive) guidance on GDPR compliance. Their clients will want to consider whether a claim...
By Shail Patel
Shail Patel of 4 New Square considers the decision of the Upper Tribunal in UK Innovative TI Limited v Financial Conduct Authority [2018] UT 0136, confirming that third parties have no statutory rights...
By Richard Liddell, Kendrah Potts, William Harman
All but a slim minority of sporting bodies will be affected by the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") on some level.
By Alison Padfield QC, Clare Dixon, Peter Morcos
Notwithstanding assurances from the Information Commissioner that they "prefer the carrot to the stick" the fact remains that the ICO will have the power under Article 83(4) the General Data Protection Regulation ...
By Jamie Smith QC
As such, any defendant culpably responsible for any period of material exposure must pay 100% of the damages to the victim.
By Paul Mitchell QC, Steve Innes, Helen Evans
Their skill is the application of judgment to data; through their offices flow the records and the secrets of natural and legal persons across the world.
By Ben Elkington, Charles Phipps
Unlike most other organisations, a solicitors' firm will typically hold large amounts of privileged and/or confidential information about its clients.
By Steve Innes, Helen Evans, Paul Mitchell QC
The current draft Data Protection Bill also contains various criminal offences relating to mis-use of data.
By David Turner, QC
The Court considered that, as a matter of best practice in international commercial arbitration and as a matter of law, disclosure should have been made of the further references.
By Matthew Bradley
The Supreme Court handed down its judgment in JSC BTA Bank v Khrapunov [2018] UKSC 19, the latest in a long line of decisions concerning Mr Ablyazov, on 21 March 2018.