Category: Professional Liability
14
Sep
21
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 ...

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13
Sep
21
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).  ...

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08
Jul
21
In this webinar, filmed as part of the Forum of Insurers Lawyers' product liability podcast series, Saleem Khalid talks about cladding claims post-Grenfell and addresses the questions he is most ...

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28
Jun
21
On 18th June the Supreme Court handed down judgments in Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton and Khan v Meadows. In this joint briefing we consider the judgments from both a ...

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26
May
21
Francesca O’Neill successfully struck out a claim brought against the Metropolitan Police for racially motivated unlawful arrest. At a hearing before HHJ Freeland QC at Central London County ...

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07
Apr
21
Maurice Rifat successfully recovers gold on behalf of a Claimant who had used a forged passport and a false identity to set up the account under which it was held. In Kitover v Galmarley Ltd ...

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18
Feb
21
This recent decision from the Court of Appeal will be of particular interest to surveyors ...

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09
Feb
21
Last week’s case of Gosden v. Halliwell Landau [2021] EWHC 159 (Comm) is a useful reminder that there is no universal rule for ascertaining the date for assessment of damage in ...

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