Year: 2017
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Dec
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Tiuta International Limited (in liquidation) (Respondent) v De Villiers Surveyors Limited (Appellant) [2017] UKSC 77 In a tightly drawn 15 paragraph judgment, delivered last ...

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18
Dec
17
The end of the year lends itself to a time of reflection, and similarly to case-law reviews. As I pick which professional – from social workers to solicitors – to focus upon, I return to that ...

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18
Dec
17
This was an appeal concerning the correct approach to damages where a client incurred loss in a transaction that, but for his advisor’s negligence he would not have entered into, but as a result of ...

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18
Dec
17
This was an appeal concerning the correct approach to damages where a client incurred loss in a transaction that, but for his advisor’s negligence he would not have entered ...

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14
Dec
17
In a tightly drawn 15 paragraph judgment, delivered last week, Lord Sumption overturned the decision of Moore Bick LJ in the Court of Appeal, and restored the first instance ...

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12
Dec
17
For this final Newsletter of the year we return to private international law and the issue of jurisdiction. Powerful obiter from the Court of Appeal suggests that the use of ...

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07
Dec
17
We are delighted to announce that The Queen has appointed Karen Shuman to be a Master of the Chancery Division on the advice of the Lord Chancellor, the Right Honourable David Lidington MP and the ...

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29
Nov
17
The Defendant, Four Seasons Holdings Inc., has been given leave to appeal by the Supreme Court. The Claimant, Lady Brownlie, will be seeking permission to cross-appeal in relation to her claim, and ...

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29
Nov
17
HHJ Keyser QC, sitting in the Mercantile Court in Wales, handed down a judgment today dismissing a claim for misfeasance in public office against Mr Keith Williams, a senior street works engineer, and ...

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