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Blogs & Briefings    6/2/2020

Persuading a Judge to strike the claim out (1)

By Francesca O’Neill This article should act as a warning to Claimants – miss out, or mess up, a procedural step – and your whole claim may be liable to be struck out. Although very severe, judges can be persuaded that strike out is the appropriate sanction, even where it may seem contrary to the

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Blogs & Briefings    28/1/2020

Ransom Bitcoin – Further Guidance from the Commercial Court

In AA v Persons Unknown [2019] EWHC 3556 (comm) Mr Justice Bryan gave further consideration to the treatment of cryptocurrencies as property for the purposes of English Law, determining that they are capable of being subject to an interim proprietary injunction. Cryptocurrencies are becoming a more common feature of commercial life and impact on associated

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ABI - Civil Justice Reform


Edward Faulks QC was the Keynote Speaker at the Association of British Insurers’ Civil Justice Reform event on 29th January. With over 100 delegates in attendance, he spoke on the reforms to civil justice and the Civil Liability Act. With the passing of the Civil Liability Act, the announcement of the new Personal Injury Discount

Personal Injury Group Expert Seminar Series


We are delighted to announce that we are organising a series of seminars on Chronic Pain; Fraudulent Claims; and Stress at Work in June and July this year. Each seminar will be centred around experts who, in conjunction with barristers from 1 Chancery Lane, will provide an introduction to the topic and discussion of particular

ABTA - The Travel Law Seminar


We’re delighted to announce that Sarah Prager will, again, be speaking at the ABTA Travel Law Seminar, 22-23rd May 2019. To see the other speakers and programme, click here.

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