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A song of coal and ire: the de-throning of a judgment on loss of a chance

United Kingdom - April 15 2019 As the long winter drew to a close, the Supreme Court handed down a unanimous judgment in Perry v Raleys Solicitors 2019: a case on the principles...

Nicole Finlayson.

Non-party costs orders and indemnity insurers: out of tune or a new refrain?

United Kingdom - February 11 2019 Non-party costs orders. Seemingly straightforward words, which in Various Claimants v Giambrone & Law (a Firm) & Ors 2019 EWHC 34 (QB), provided the...

Nicole Finlayson.

Exorcising the Ghost of Privilege Past - Another Petrifying Blow?

United Kingdom - December 13 2018 The spectre of legal professional privilege looms large in many a judgment these days. Following the recent apparition in the Court of Appeal in...

Nicole Finlayson.

Disclosure pilot scheme: a comprehensive reshuffle

United Kingdom - October 26 2018 Let’s call a spade a spade: disclosure in the UK litigation process has got increasingly out of hand. The exponential growth in electronic documents...

Nicole Finlayson.

Limitation of liability: context is crucial

United Kingdom - August 8 2018 English lawyers love a precedent: a hook to hang our legal and factual arguments on. But precedents aren’t always the answer. For example - Germany...

Nicole Finlayson.