Harriet Campbell

Stephenson Harwood LLP

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The Quincecare duty: when shouldn’t you follow instructions?

European Union, United Kingdom - April 26 2022 In this sponsored briefing originally published in the 'Disputes Yearbook 2022' for Legal Business, we consider the current scope of the Quincecare…

Sue Millar

Wasted expenditure is not the same as loss of profit: Soteria (formerly CIS) v IBM

European Union, United Kingdom - April 20 2022 In Soteria Insurance Ltd v IBM United Kingdom Ltd, the Court of Appeal has clarified the approach to interpreting exclusion clauses. Overturning the…

Ben Sigler

No privilege for fishing expeditions: Kyla Shipping v Freight Trading Ltd

European Union, United Kingdom - April 19 2022 The decision of Charles Hollander QC (sitting as a Deputy Judge of the High Court) in Kyla Shipping v Freight Trading Ltd & Others, provides a useful…

Paul Hollands, Ben Sigler

Court's permission not required to add claimants before service of proceedings (Rawet v Daimler)

European Union, United Kingdom - March 30 2022 In Rawet and others v Daimler AG and others the Divisional Court has clarified when claimants can be added to claim forms where proceedings have been…

Sue Millar

Philipp v Barclays: the careful calibration of the Quincecare duty

European Union, United Kingdom - March 30 2022 The scope of the Quincecare duty has been under the spotlight recently. In Philipp v Barclays Bank UK Plc, the Court of Appeal held that the…

Sue Millar