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The team seems to have done nothing but take days off lately; it’s exhausting. And especially so when the legislature and courts seem to be determined to take important decisions in our absence. The nerve of it! The High Court distracted us with an important case on mitigation of loss and provisional damages, and another


In their webinar yesterday Richard Cherry of 1 Chancery Lane and Arfan Bhatti of Oliver Fisher Solicitors questioned what certainty landlords and tenants now have in relation to s21 Possession Claims. They looked at the situation now the Supreme Court has refused permission to appeal the Court of Appeal decision in Trecarell House v Rouncefield,


On 28th April the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee published its report on NHS litigation reform. The committee has concluded that “the system for compensating injured patients in England is not fit for purpose” and proposes wide-ranging reforms. In this special webinar, Lord Faulks QC and Edward Bishop QC outline and discuss


The FCA has used emergency powers to prevent financial advice firms who advised members of the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) from disposing of assets to avoid paying compensation[1]. The measures were taken in an attempt to ensure that those firms involved in providing unsuitable financial advice to members of BSPS, to transfer out of


New National Archive Case-Law Resource Launches This week a new resource for access to online case-law was launched by The National Archives. Under the title “Find Case Law” an incomplete “alpha” version of the resource is now operational with a view to receiving feed-back so that it can be progressively refined and improved. It is


Judgment has been handed down today in the case of Rosario Sanchez v University of Bristol.  The case was concerned with whether the University owed the Claimant a duty of care to protect her from the actions of trans rights activists who disagreed with her decision to Chair a meeting of gender critical feminists and


In this webinar Richard Cherry of 1 Chancery Lane and Arfan Bhatti of Oliver Fisher Solicitors ask what certainty do landlords and tenants now have in relation to s21 Possession Claims. They look at the situation now the Supreme Court has refused permission to appeal the Court of Appeal decision in Trecarell House v Rouncefield,


We are proud to be shortlisted for Barristers’ Chambers of the Year in the British Claims Awards 2022. The British Claims Awards champion Claims as a Service across insurance and celebrate the achievements and progress made by leading professionals and organisations on behalf of their clients. The ceremony will take place at Leonardo Royal London


What a lovely weekend! Cunningly this year the team refrained from taking our usual Easter trip to the seaside, enabling us to make the most of the four day break by staying at home and lounging around on the 1CL deck chairs supping the official 1CL cocktail (the French 55, since you ask). And it’s


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