Category: Articles
02
Jun
20
Written by Paul Stagg, Barrister¹ The coronavirus lockdown has had many effects. Many people are saying that spending much more time with a significant other than either of them is accustomed to ...

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01
Jun
20
This week the team has been looking to the future. The 1 Chancery Lane Thursday Webinar, given this week by Sarah Prager and Richard Collier (and available

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27
May
20
This article has been written by Jack Harding of 1 Chancery Lane and Lee Hills, Partner in the Litigation and Travel team at Mayo Wynne Baxter. In response to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Association ...

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26
May
20
It’s been another busy week at 1 Chancery Lane. No sooner had we torn our eyes from the ongoing Refunds Saga (we see that BA are now offering Avios points instead of refunds; whatever will they ...

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22
May
20
It is not uncommon for Claimants in personal injury claims where there is either a pleaded allegation of fraud or the suspicion of dishonest conduct, to seek to discontinue the claim for fear of the ...

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22
May
20
Having worked together on a number of cases involving foreign expert evidence on quantum, and out of frustration having both come close to pulling the precious-little remaining hair from our ...

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20
May
20
This case update from our Property, Chancery & Commercial team looks at the issues raised in the recent cases of Dhillion v Barclays Bank, Peter Singh Sangha v Amicus Finance, O v O and ...

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20
May
20
In Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent Ltd [2020] UKSC 18 (6 May 2020) the Supreme Court turned its attention to a staple covenant of long leases in blocks of flats, namely the covenant by which ...

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20
May
20
Maurice Rifat successfully resists an injunction application to prevent a burial. In O -v- O & others Mr Justice Fancourt on 12th May 2020 refused to grant an ...

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