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In yesterday’s webinar, John Bryant discussed: What is a resulting trust? Presumptions, including presumption of advancement What is a constructive trust? How does it differ from a resulting trust? Does the difference matter? Zachary Bredemear then looked at Recent Cases on the solicitor’s lien. If you missed it, you can view it here


The law on vicarious liability is currently in a state of flux, particularly in cases involving sexual abuse. In the latest development, the Court of Appeal in Blackpool Football Club v DSN [2021] EWCA Civ 1352 upheld the football club’s appeal on the basis that it was not responsible for the abuse carried out by


In what we believe to be the first case of its kind, the splendidly named Local Boy’z Limited sued Malu NV, a Belgian company, for failing to deliver the right kind of face masks. The former had purchased the latter from photographs, but when they arrived it became apparent that they bore no resemblance to


Maria Clyne (as Executrix of the Estate of Patrick Conlon) -v- Kevin Conlon [2021] EWHC 2444 (Ch) Maurice Rifat successfully obtained Beddoe’s protection on behalf of the claimant executrix The claimant’s deceased uncle had a made a Will in 2016 appointing her as executrix and naming his three sons and the claimant each as 25%


In the latest in our popular series of How To Get The Most Out Of webinars, Sarah Prager will be joined by José María Pimentel Pardo of DAC Beachcroft, expert in Spanish law, to discuss How To Get The Most Out Of Your Expert. The webinar will cover: How to choose your expert When to


In this webinar John Bryant discusses: What is a resulting trust? Presumptions, including presumption of advancement What is a constructive trust? How does it differ from a resulting trust? Does the difference matter? Zachary Bredemear then looks at Recent Cases on the solicitor’s lien. View the slides – Resulting and Constructive Trusts and Recent Cases


Francesca O’Neill successful in appeal against a decision of the lower court that the usual rule under CPR r.46.1 should be followed even in circumstances where the opposition to the application was arguably unreasonable, and where the manner of opposing it had not been considered. The prospective Claimants in a professional negligence claim against their


Regular readers will be aware of 1CL’s prowess with bat and ball, and it was with no small degree of disappointment that we greeted the news that the fifth England-India Test had been cancelled at the last moment (will there be claims for loss of enjoyment and consequential losses, we wonder?). But barely had we


Frequently a claim arising out of a potential data breach is accompanied by parallel claims alleging that there has also been a Misuse of Private Information (MPI) or a Breach of Confidence (BOC).  However, the three causes of action should not be seen as synonymous and a recent High Court decision of Saini J, highlights


In yesterday’s webinar, Sarah Prager was joined by Matt Gatenby of Travlaw to discuss how to get the most out of your client. They covered: What clients want. What clients need. Taking instructions. Giving advice (welcome and unwelcome). Keeping clients informed (when and how much information to give). Keeping yourself informed (developments you need to


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