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When is it permissible to breach confidentiality obligations in the public interest?

United Kingdom - August 9 2019 The English High Court has handed down its judgment in Saab v Dangate Consulting Ltd and others, finding that the Defendants, private investigators...

Stephen Moi, Chris Roberts.

England & Wales High Court summarises factors to consider in deciding whether to allow re-amendment of Particulars of Claim

United Kingdom - May 24 2019 The England & Wales High Court recently handed down its decision in Rose and others v Creativityetc and others 2019 EWHC 1043 (Ch), in...

Alistair Graham.

Interest in oral loan agreement could not be implied, England & Wales Court of Appeal finds

United Kingdom - August 3 2018 The Court of Appeal recently handed down its judgment in Sheikh Mohamed Bin Issa Al Jaber and MBI & Partners UK Limited v Sheikh Walid...

Alistair Graham.

“No Oral Modification” clause legally effective, Supreme Court holds

United Kingdom - May 18 2018 On Wednesday (16 May), the Supreme Court handed down its Judgment in Rock Advertising Limited v MWB Business Exchange Centres Limited 2018 UKSC 24...

Ian McDonald, Miles Robinson, Jonathan Cohen.

SFO criticised for "material" public law errors in failing to "squarely address" its disclosure obligations by not challenging a company’s claim of legal professional privilege

United Kingdom - May 4 2018 In the recent judicial review proceedings of R (on the application of AL) v Serious Fraud Office ("SFO") & (1) XYZ Ltd (2) ABC LLP (3) MS (4) DJ...

Chris Roberts, Alistair Graham.