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Adjudication Scheme bolstered by Protocol Change

United Kingdom - May 7 2018 The Pre-Action Protocol for Professional Negligence has just been amended to include a requirement for Claimants to state in the Letter of Claim if...


New Imposter Fraud Decision

United Kingdom - October 10 2016 How should the courts allocate the risk of - and the losses flowing from - frauds practised on innocent parties?Lawyers are first exposed to these...


Valuation not negligent in light of earlier transaction: Titan Europe v Colliers

United Kingdom - November 4 2015 The Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court trial judge's decision that a valuer was negligent on a large commercial valuation. The valuation...


Standstill agreement covers deceit claims

United Kingdom - October 30 2015 The Court of Appeal has held that a standstill agreement in a lender claim against valuers was broad enough to cover claims for fraud despite being...


Causation: the defendant’s friend

United Kingdom - June 25 2015 “When a judge says ‘It ill behooves the Defendant to argue that his negligence did not cause the Claimant’s loss’, you know he doesn’t understand...