Year: <span>2018</span>
14
Mar
18
The Party Wall Act 1996 contains provisions that deal with service of documents by email (s.15(1A)-(1C)). The provisions are similar to the CPR in that they require the ...

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09
Mar
18
On 23 February 2018, in Worrall v Thomas Cook, DJ Hassall determined the meaning of an admission in a holiday illness case. The Claimant sent a Letter of Claim alleging (among other matters) that the ...

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01
Mar
18
Regular readers of this Journal will know that the picture illustrations used in our header tend to the literal (we yield to no one in our lack of imagination). It would, therefore, be customary to ...

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28
Feb
18
2018 has started with an even greater degree of scrutiny upon abuse than ever before. Almost every corner of life is having light shone onto it in order to expose abuse.

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23
Feb
18
We have had two cases this week from the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court giving different answers to the question of whether service by email was effective. The Court of Appeal’s reasoning on ...

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13
Feb
18
The claimants have applied to the Supreme Court for permission to appeal against the decision of the Court of Appeal.  A detailed note on the Court of Appeal’s decision is available

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08
Feb
18
Maurice Rifat comments on his recent success in the TCC in the case of Dacy Building Services Ltd v IDM Properties LLP ...

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18
Jan
18
Following on from Chambers’ success in the authoritative CN v Poole case, Francesca O'Neill was successful in ...

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08
Jan
18
On 20 December Stewart J handed down a significant judgment on Parliamentary privilege in the on-going Kenyan Emergency Group Litigation: claims arising out of the “Mau Mau” insurgency between ...

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