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Aggregation - solicitors’ professional indemnity insurance: an update on Baines v Dixon Coles & Gill

United Kingdom - September 9 2021 In April, we filmed a webinar/podcast in which we discussed the case of Baines v Dixon Coles and Gill [2020] EWHC 2809 (Ch) (aka Guide Dogs for the…

James Hall.

Commercial Property outlook post-pandemic

United Kingdom - May 2 2021 According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors it may well be 2025 before real estate in the UK shows signs of sustained recovery. It is…

Hardwicke On Demand: Aggregation in Solicitors’ Professional Indemnity Insurance

United Kingdom - April 27 2021 John de Waal QC and James Hall discuss the thorny issue of aggregation in solicitors’ professional indemnity insurance, with particular reference to…

James Hall.

Don’t lose your way! 3 misunderstood aspects of the law of rights of way

United Kingdom - April 1 2021 A right of way is a form of easement. The dominant owner has the right over the land of the servient owner. A substantial interference with this…

John Clargo, Jamal Demachkie, David Peachey.

Do solicitors ever owe a duty to the opposing party? NDH Properties v Lupton Fawcett

United Kingdom - March 10 2021 The decision of Snowden J in NDH Properties Ltd v Lupton Fawcett LLP provides a welcome refresher in the law relating to the question of whether a…