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Commercial Dispute Resolution Newsletter - October 2019

European Union, United Kingdom - October 2 2019 Although in our experience some judges have not engaged fully with the scheme on occasion, case law coming through in recent months clearly…

Helen Bourne, Chris Burdett, Tim Crockford, Gavin Henderson, Anne Kentish, Garrett Moore, James Preece, Louisa Robbins, Helen Rowlands, Tom White

Negligent solicitors firm cannot rely on illegality defence despite mortgage fraud by the claimant

United Kingdom - October 18 2018 The Court of Appeal has ruled that there was a genuine public interest in ensuring a conveyancing solicitors' client could recover damages for…

Commercial Dispute Resolution Newsletter April 2018

United Kingdom - April 27 2018 The English courts have been busy during the first part of 2018. The Supreme Court has revisited the issue of service of a claim form once again…

Chris Burdett, Tim Crockford, Anna Myrvang, Helen Rowlands, Tom White

Integrity restored

United Kingdom - April 12 2018 The Court of Appeal has given some much needed clarity on the meaning of "integrity" in the context of the SRA Code of Conduct 2011 in its judgment…

Anne-Marie Morgan-Barrett

Russell & Anor v Stone (t/a PSP Consultants) & Ors [2017] EWHC 1555 (TCC)

United Kingdom - November 22 2017 Judge interprets meaning of a standstill agreement A standstill agreement can either suspend time for the purposes of limitation (i.e. if one month…

Chris Burdett, Tim Crockford, Anna Myrvang, Helen Rowlands, Conrad Walker, Tom White, Ivan Wilkinson