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Court refuses application for pre-action disclosure of insurance policy

United Kingdom - May 16 2017 The High Court has refused an application for pre-action disclosure of the public liability insurance policy of a company that, if litigation were...

Alaina Wadsworth.

Professional Negligence: Supreme Court decision in BPE Solicitors v Hughes-Holland clarifies SAAMCO

United Kingdom - April 20 2017 The Supreme Court provided important clarification of SAAMCO last month in BPE Solicitors and another v Hughes-Holland (in substitution for Gabriel)...

Zoe Burge, Sarah Day.

Insurance: Supreme Court ruling on aggregation

United Kingdom - March 27 2017 The Supreme Court has handed down the long awaited final decision in the case of AIG v Woodman & others. The Supreme Court was asked to consider the...

Zoe Burge, Thomas Pangbourne, Sarah Day.

Solicitors’ PI: innocent solicitor ordered to pay damages following £1m property fraud

United Kingdom - February 28 2017 In a recent Chancery Court decision an innocent purchaser’s solicitor was ordered to pay damages for breach of trust where the registered seller was...

Martin Davis.

Denton ‘remains good law’ as Court of Appeal reaffirms importance of case management

United Kingdom - November 10 2016 The Court of Appeal, with the Master of the Rolls presiding, this week in Clearway Drainage Systems Ltd v Miles Smith Ltd refused to allow an appeal...

Zoe Burge, Alexander Denslow, John Enoch.