Category: Articles
03
May
18
In X v Kuoni Travel Limited (2018) EWCA Civ 938 the Court of Appeal concluded that, for the purposes of Regulation 15 of the Package (Travel etc) Regulations 1992, the employees of ...

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21
Mar
18
A few years back I pursued a claim on behalf of a lovely lady who was on the receiving end of the most consistent bullying I have seen.  Her male dominated employer had allowed the bullying to go on ...

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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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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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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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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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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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29
Nov
17
The Court of Appeal has today handed down a judgment in the case of Legg & Ors v. Aviva [2016] EWCA Civ 97. The case concerned the scope and application of the rule relating to a party’s ability ...

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29
Nov
17
The Court of Appeal (LJs Tomlinson, Longmore and McCombe) today gave judgment allowing the appeal of the Sugar Hut Group against part of the costs order that AJ Insurance had obtained following trial ...

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14
Nov
17
In this decision the President of Family Division, Sir James Munby, concurred with the submissions of the Queen’s Proctor that some 21 divorces had been tainted by fraud not least as the address ...

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