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Fraud: successful strike out of entire claim

United Kingdom - October 11 2013 Defendant represented by Kennedys successful in striking out claim for over £600,000 where Claimant’s fraud exposed by surveillance evidence.

Co-authors: Ron Ruston .

Licensed private investigators: what does it mean for insurers?

United Kingdom - August 9 2013 Following on from the brouhaha of the phone hacking scandal and the Leveson Inquiry, Westminster' attention has now turned to private investigators…

Counter fraud: Jackson’s collateral damage?

United Kingdom - April 11 2013 Recent figures released by the ABI tell us that insurers successfully identified £1 billion worth of fraudulent claims in 2011…

Power to strike out: abuse of process

United Kingdom - October 19 2012 Claimant’s fraudulently exaggerated claim struck out as abuse of process under Civil Procedure Rules; Supreme Court principles in Summers v Fairclough Homes Ltd [2012].

Co-authors: Chris Peters.

Keep calm and carry on: what lies ahead following the judgment in Fairclough Homes Limited v Summers?

United Kingdom - July 5 2012 Last month, the Supreme Court handed down its long awaited judgment in Fairclough Homes Ltd v Summers (27.06.12).

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