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Recovery Costs Following Settlement And Discontinuance

United Kingdom - September 18 2018 In two recent appeal cases have clarified the position of a defendant wishing to recover its cost from a claimant following discontinuance. In...

Admitting primary liability, subject to causation

United Kingdom - March 9 2018 On 23 February 2018, in Worrall v Thomas Cook, DJ Hassall determined the meaning of an admission in a holiday illness case. The Claimant sent a Letter...

The Portal, Fixed Costs and Claims on the Multi-Track

United Kingdom - November 18 2016 Since the coming into force of the fixed costs regimes for road traffic accident, employer’s liability, and public liability, it has been unclear...

Can a court require a claimant to add a party as defendant, against the claimant’s wishes?

United Kingdom - November 11 2016 This question was considered by Coulson J in Milton Keynes v Viridor 2016 EWHC 2764 (TCC). The Defendant sought a court order requiring a new party...

Property fraud - liability of seller's solicitor to innocent buyer

United Kingdom - May 6 2016 Purrunsing v A’Court & Co and House Owners Conveyancers 2016 EWHC 789 (Ch) is the latest case concerning conveyancing solicitors’ liabilities...