Sugar Hut Costs Judgment
Angus Piper has summarised today's judgment in Sugar Hut Group & Ors v AG Insurance  EWHC 3775 (Comm) below.
Mr Justice Eder today handed down his judgment on costs issues following his substantive judgment on the 20th October 2014 in the matter of the Sugar Hut Group v AG Insurance. The Claimants were ordered to pay the costs of the claim from the 14th...
Laughton v Shalaby 
In this case, Nicholas Yell acted for the Claimant who underwent a left hip replacement operation on 30.07.07 at the Horder Centre in East Sussex. The surgeon, Mr Shalaby, used the antero-lateral approach method of hip replacement. The operation was unsuccessful and subsequently another surgeon discovered that the gluteus muscle was not attached to the...
Samanthan Jackson has prepared a review of flexible tenancies as introduced by the Localism Act 2011. The paper covers duration, possession and the rights of a tenant to review various decisions by their landlord and can be read here. The note was first published by Practical Law.
Sugar Hut Judgment
Mr Justice Eder gave judgment today in Sugar Hut Group & Ors v A J Insurance  EWHC 3352 (Comm). Angus Piper, instructed by Caytons Law, represented the defendant insurance broker (A J Insurance) on the assessment of damages arising from a fire at the Sugar Hut nightclub in Brentwood, which destroyed much of the club in September...
Judgment on TOWIE nightclub due
Judgment is due at 2pm this Monday (20 October) in a claim for assessment of business interruption and associated losses following a 2009 fire at the premises of the Sugar Hut nightclub in Brentwood, famous as the main venue of The Only Way is Essex (TOWIE). Angus Piper acted for the defendant insurance broker in the assessment of damages hearing,...
Tenancy Announcement: Current Pupils offered Tenancy
Chambers is delighted to announce that both of its pupils Nicola Atkins and James Cullen have been taken on as tenants as of 1st October this year following the completion of their pupillage.
Nicola sat with Paul Stagg, Matthew Chapman and Karen Shuman during her pupillage and James sat with Laura Johnson, Zachary Bredemear and Ian Miller....
Tummy ache and other holiday hazards
Sarah Prager discusses where liability lies when travellers become ill while on holiday in an article which was first published by Lexis Nexis. Please click here for the article.
Optical Express pays damages
Optical Express has been ordered to pay £569,287 in damages after failing to properly inform a woman of the risks with laser-eye surgery before the operation which left her with damaged eyesight. Nicholas Yell instructed by Devonshires represented Stephanie Holloway in this well-publicised case.