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Property lawyers - take note of Griffiths v TUI UK Ltd regarding judicial evaluation of uncontroverted expert evidence

United Kingdom - November 10 2020 The High Court appeal in Griffiths v TUI UK Ltd [2020] EWHC 2268 handed down in August 2020 has been much remarked on by personal injury lawyers, but…

Andy Creer.

Lessons for property lawyers from ‘holiday illness’ claim : Is the Court obliged to accept ‘unopposed’ expert evidence?

United Kingdom - November 4 2020 The High Court appeal in Griffiths v TUI [2020] EWHC 2268 handed down in August 2020 has been much remarked on by personal injury lawyers, but the…

Can company law disputes be arbitrated? Bridgehouse (Bradford no 2) Ltd v BAE Systems Plc

United Kingdom - September 16 2020 This case concerned a dispute arising from a contract entered into on 20 December 2012 (”the Contract”) by the Respondent (“BAE”) and Appellant…

Remote hearings: injunction to stop ‘car cruising’ continued in open court without attendance of the parties - Wolverhampton City Council & Ors v Persons Unknown

United Kingdom - April 3 2020 This was a review hearing for a quia timet injunction against ‘car cruising’ in areas of the Claimant local authorities before His Honour Judge…

Jurisdiction for flight delay claims—whether under Montreal Convention or Regulation 261 (Adriano Guaitoli v EasyJet)

European Union - December 12 2019 Dispute Resolution analysis: This analysis summarises and explores the practical implications of Adriano Guaitoli and others v easyJet in which the…

Joshua Griffin.