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Sally Lord



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Solicitors can owe a limited duty of care to third parties

United Kingdom - February 16 2016 In Caliendo v Mischon de Reya, the Court found that a firm of solicitors had not been retained, either expressly or impliedly, to represent the...

The end of the low cost insurance scheme?

United Kingdom - February 15 2016 The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have taken disciplinary action against Mr Shay Reches, the firms...

LEO intent on including third party debts

United Kingdom - July 30 2015 Following on from my post earlier this year, it seems that LEO is set to go ahead with plans to consult on its vision of dealing with third party...

Incompetence as a defence? Stick to what you know!

United Kingdom - July 24 2015 Branching out into an unknown area of law as a favour to one of your well-respected clients may seem like a natural extension to the "all-round...

PI insurer liable to indemnify firm of solicitors in respect of loans made to its clients by a finance company

United Kingdom - February 4 2015 The Court of Appeal has this week handed down its decision in Impact Funding Solutions Ltd v Barrington Support Services Ltd, which is a case that...