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Malicious prosecution of civil proceedings: Claimants should proceed with caution

United Kingdom - May 10 2019 In 2016 the Supreme Court established the tort of malicious prosecution in civil proceedings. In the first such claim to be tried, Willers v Joyce

Claims in deceit - some points to note

United Kingdom - May 5 2016 There are three types of misrepresentation: fraudulent, negligent and innocent. Fraudulent misrepresentation is the most serious and requires the

Misrepresentation remedies: Court of Appeal clarification

United Kingdom - August 24 2015 A recent case has provided welcome clarification on the remedies available for misrepresentation. Walker Morris’ Head of Commercial Dispute Resolution

The future of conveyancing - A new digital age?

United Kingdom, USA - March 20 2019 In a world that is becoming increasingly digitalised, it is likely that within the next few years we will see huge technological shifts in the way

Supreme Court confirms ‘fraud unravels all’

United Kingdom - April 3 2019 Walker Morris’ Andrew Beck and Tim Pickworth, specialists in litigation and dispute resolution with extensive experience of dealing with fraud cases

Employment legislation tracker - May 2019

United Kingdom - May 23 2019 Employers with over 250 employees must publish details of their gender pay gap (and bonus pay gap) on their website. Employers must calculate their

Fracking, protestors and injunctions against ‘persons unknown’: Court of Appeal offers guidance amid controversial context

United Kingdom - May 22 2019 In the recent case of Boyd v Ineos Upstream, a hotly anticipated appeal involving fracking protestors, the Court of Appeal has

Newsflash: New Section 21 Notice Form 6A released

United Kingdom - May 15 2019 On 1 June 2019 a new Section 21 Notice Form 6A will replace the current version. This is to coincide with the commencement of the Tenant Fees Act

Push payment fraud and freezing injunctions

United Kingdom - May 13 2019 Walker Morris’ Banking & Finance Litigation specialists highlight the latest case concerning an injunction to freeze bank accounts used to deposit

Malicious prosecution of civil proceedings: Claimants should proceed with caution

United Kingdom - May 10 2019 In 2016 the Supreme Court established the tort of malicious prosecution in civil proceedings. In the first such claim to be tried, Willers v Joyce