Year: 2017
09
Feb
17
Who bears the loss if you buy property but then find out that you have dealt with a fraudster? In three recent cases the courts have found that the seller’s solicitor, the ...

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01
Feb
17
I am afraid that, having resisted BREXIT for most of last year (if we pretend the referendum didn’t happen, it might just go away …) we have now decided to add our own ...

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30
Jan
17
How much do you spend on lunch? The answer for the average Briton is £53,844 during their working lives. Across a 40 year career another £40,128 goes on other workplace costs including coffees, ...

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27
Jan
17
After Manchester United's 2-1 defeat to Hull City last night, the manager of the losing side maintained that the score was actually 1-1 as ...

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18
Jan
17
In cases concerning an allegation of bodily injury, time for the purposes of statutory limitation does not begin to run until the cause of action accrues or the date of knowledge of the alleged ...

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16
Jan
17
The Court of Appeal handed down judgment on 16th January 2017 in in Wood v TUI Travel PLC (2017) EWCA Civ 11, the first appellate authority on the liability of travel ...

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14
Jan
17
Background In the recent case of Brightside Group Ltd v RSM UK Audit LLP [2017] EWHC 6 (Comm), the High Court ...

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12
Jan
17
PRESS RELEASE – 12th January 2017 1 Chancery Lane – Chambers of John Ross QC -  is delighted to announce Matthew Chapman's appointment as a new Queen’s ...

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12
Jan
17
The news has been bleak and unrelenting: the scandal of historic child sexual abuse continues to fill the headlines. It seems as if no sector of society has been unaffected by this blight, but the ...

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12
Jan
17
Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) was introduced into the UK from Japan in the 19th century as an ornamental plant, but has proved to be anything but an ornament in its ...

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