The Nolan v Minerva case served as a sharp wake up call to professional service providers who may find themselves liable by failing to act independently or question a client's motives.
This judgment provides a stark reminder to fiduciaries regarding the high standards by which they will be judged.
Richard Holden, who successfully represented the plaintiffs, explores the lessons here.
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