Year: 2012
23
May
12
Mr O’Brien and his nephew Mr Joyce must be amongst the most incompetent thieves around. They stole a ladder from the front garden of a house and put it into the back of the van but could not close ...

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21
May
12
The recent Court of Appeal decision in Ghaith v Indesit ...

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11
May
12
How do you get off Scott-free when you have made an admission of liability and paid millions in damages? The answer in AC and Others v Devon County Council [2012] EWHA 796 was not by ...

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27
Apr
12
In the latest of my run of articles on recent developments in the ...

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25
Apr
12
The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill (“LASPO”) has now reached the “Ping Pong” stage, during which time the Bill will be batted back and forth between the two Houses, ...

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24
Apr
12
Case note: Josephine Mitchell & Others v United Co-operatives Limited [2012] EWCA Civ 348 ...

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22
Apr
12
  Should a claim be struck out in its entirety if it is substantially fraudulent? That was the issue considered by the Supreme Court last week in Fairclough Homes Limited v ...

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