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Court of Appeal holds that a deed of adherence could not be construed so as to give new scheme members a lower scale of benefits *

United Kingdom - April 24 2014
In Honda Motor Europe Limited and another v Powell and another [2014] EWCA Civ 437, the Court of Appeal has held that construction was not the…

Co-authors: Alison Brown, Daniel Schaffer, Naveed Soomro, Roderick Morton, Samantha Brown.

Court of Appeal confirms the legality of basis clauses *

United Kingdom - October 8 2013
In Genesis Housing Association Limited v Liberty Syndicate Management Limited and others [2013] EWCA Civ 1173 the Court of Appeal upheld the first…

Co-authors: Janetta Gibbs.

Pensions litigation: what cost? *

United Kingdom - September 12 2013
A number of recent cases have revealed some novel approaches to managing aspects of pensions litigation, each of which may assist in managing costs…

Co-authors: Sarah McNally, Samantha Brown.

Mitigation costs under professional indemnity policies *

United Kingdom - December 20 2012
We previously commented on the first instance judgment in Standard Life Assurance Limited v Ace European Group (and Ors) [2012] EWHC 104 (Comm) in which…

Co-authors: Janetta Gibbs, Paul Malloy.

The law of the arbitration agreement – which law applies and why does it matter? *

United Kingdom - June 7 2012
In Sulamerica v Enesa Engenharia [2012] EWCA Civ 638, the Court of Appeal was asked to determine the law applicable to an arbitration agreement contained in two Construction All Risk policies.

Co-authors: Sam Vardy, Joanne Greenaway.

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