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BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL associate Umar Azmeh's article ‘Analysis of the whole life order imposed upon Wayne Couzens for the murder of Sarah Everard' has been published by The Barrister.
Giambrone & Partners
The global expansion of commerce, differing jurisdictions and increased pressure from the challenges that arose from the pandemic, have resulted in an increase in legal disputes, especially related to cross-border issues.
Marks & Clerk
Mr Justice Meade recently handed down a short but important judgment dealing with issues of confidentiality which arose following circulation (but before hand-down) of a draft judgment.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Now that I'm (almost) a month into my training contract, it feels like it's the right time to take a moment to reflect on everything that I've learned from a jam-packed few weeks.
Gatehouse Chambers
The claimant served particulars of claim over a year late. The Court considered whether to strike out the claim. Relief from sanctions principles were applied by analogy save...
Giambrone & Partners
Businesses faced with a cross-border dispute must make a decision as to which method they will choose to resolve the situation.
Withers LLP
This article analyses the legal profession's reaction to the use of standstill agreements in 1975 Act claims following Cowan v Foreman and Others.
Gatehouse Chambers
In Witcomb v (1) J. Keith Park (2) Gregory the High Court considered the application of section 14A of the Limitation Act 1980 to a professional negligence claim against solicitors...
Quadrant Chambers
Over the summer, two interesting judgments were handed down by the Court of Appeal concerning the law of unjust enrichment.
Giambrone & Partners
Increased globalisation brings a wealth of advantages to businesses that develop the capacity to operate in more than one country.
Mills & Reeve
The Liquidator claimed against the Respondent to recover a payment of £115 million as an alleged preference under s.239 IA 1986.
Gatehouse Chambers
Paul Strelitz and Oliver Hyams appear in LA Micro Group (UK) Limited & Bell v La Micro Group Inc & Ors [2021] EWCA Civ 1429, the first ever appellate case in this jurisdiction...
Astraea Group
James Ramsden QC represented the Solicitors Regulation Authority, in the prosecution of Margaret and Patrick Hetherington for professional misconduct, ...
Hill Dickinson
Welcome To the third edition of our COP newsletter for 2021.
Mayer Brown
The Court of Appeal has recently grappled with three different claims against legal advisers, in which limitation issues were key. In two of the cases, the court had to undertake...
Gatehouse Chambers
The general principle underlying the grant of security for costs is protecting the defendant against the risk of injustice if, having successfully defended a claim, he is unable to enforce...
Gatehouse Chambers
The deceased, Ms Whiting was a 42 year old woman with a number of vulnerabilities in respect of her physical and mental health.
Gatehouse Chambers
The recent judgment of Pepperall J in Martlet Homes Ltd v Mulalley and Co Ltd [2021] EWHC 296 emphasised the point that a new case or new allegations should not be pleaded in the Reply, but in an Amended Particulars of Claim instead.
Giambrone & Partners
No business likes to be facing a commercial dispute. A commercial dispute of any description is costly and time-consuming, if the dispute extends across more than one jurisdiction, even more so.
Gatehouse Chambers
Once upon a time, as a matter of public policy, a transaction affected by illegality could not be relied upon as enforceable.
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