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"Without prejudice" communications inadmissible to answer allegations of reasonableness of settlement

United Kingdom - May 9 2019 “Without prejudice” (WP) communications cannot be admitted to answer allegations made in related proceedings where the rights of the party to the...

Amy Edwards.

Third party rights: identification of third party

United Kingdom - May 9 2019 A letter of Instruction (Loi) between a bank and its client, which envisaged a segregated bank account for the receipt and protection of third party...

Amy Edwards.

Professional indemnity insurer liable under non-party costs order

United Kingdom - March 5 2019 A professional indemnity insurer was liable under a non-party costs order to pay half the claimants’ costs despite having limited its liability to...

Procuring a breach of contract: industry experience relevant to knowledge of contract

United Kingdom - January 24 2019 This ruling on the tort of inducing a breach of contract illustrates how industry knowledge can help fix a party with the requisite knowledge of the...

Madeleine Brown.

Using documents disclosed in English proceedings to seek legal advice in related foreign proceedings - caution required

USA, United Kingdom - January 23 2019 Two recent cases have considered applications by litigants wanting to use documents disclosed in English proceedings (or information derived from...

Amy Edwards.