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Court of Appeal’s view on scope of an insured’s notification of circumstances

United Kingdom - May 16 2019 Whether a claim falls within the scope of an earlier notification is an issue that frequently arises with claims-made policies. In Euro Pools Plc v...

Monica Lesny.

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...

Anna Crew.

Cost budgeting and challenging unreasonable costs

United Kingdom - March 6 2015 Drafting a Precedent H costs budget is rarely a straight-forward exercise. There are a number of different issues to consider and assumptions to be...

Rebecca Blinkhorn.

Professional negligence: limitation issues for surveyors

United Kingdom - August 22 2014 Time limits (known as limitation periods) within which a claim must be brought are governed by the Limitation Act 1980. In contract, the primary...

Cheryl Gibson.

Court of Appeal holds net contribution clause valid and binding

United Kingdom - March 31 2014 In West v Finlay (handed down on 27 March 2014), the Court of Appeal has set out the relevant factors to consider when assessing the validity and...

Martin Fox.