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Acoustic shock appeal is dismissed

Royal Opera House Covent Garden Foundation v Cristopher Goldscheider Interveners; Association of British Orchestras, Society of London Theatre and UK…

Jim Byard
Jim Byard Partner
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‘Use’ of a vehicle – an opportunity missed?

The Supreme Court has just delivered its long awaited judgment in R & S Pilling t/a Phoenix Engineering v UK Insurance Ltd [2019] UKSC 16.

David Holt
David Holt Partner

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Local Government | Claiming a breach of section 41 of the Highways Act 1980

Miranda Walsh v Kirklees Council [2019] QBD, Dingemans J, 5 March 2019

Suzanne Milne
Suzanne Milne Partner

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When is a document a deed?

In the case of Katara Hospitality v Guez and Rose, the court ruled that a document expressed as being a power of attorney was not validly executed as…

Michael Budd Associate

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LEGAL ANALYSIS: Why it's important to get condition precedents right

The terms of a condition precedent have been the subject of judicial analysis in a recent Court of Appeal decision

Michael Budd Associate

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Claims Management Companies (“CMCs”) – the regulatory dust settles

The new rules apply to CMCs and lead generators within the jurisdiction of England, Scotland, and Wales.

Kurt Rowe
Kurt Rowe Associate


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Alternative Dispute Resolution – will it become the norm?

In 2016 the Civil Justice Council (“CJC”) set up a group to look at ADR in the civil justice system. It produced its final report in November 2018.

Lindsay Staddon
Lindsay Staddon Partner

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