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What To Do When Your Vintage Lamborghini Suddenly Explodes
How the law stands for the billionaire Foxtons founder claiming £1 million from garage after vintage Lamborghini explodes.
UK
30 Jan 2015
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Breach Of Confidence And Damages
In the recent case of Primary Group, Mr Justice Arnold considered the law relating to the assessment of damages for breaches of both contractual and equitable obligations of confidence.
UK
1 Aug 2014
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Google Facing Claim For New Tort Of Misuse Of Private Information And Breaches Of Data Protection Legislation
A recent case could have important ramifications for individual internet users and businesses who send targeted advertisements to those users.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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Jackson: Revolution Or Evolution?
In his foreword to 'The Review of Civil Litigation Costs: Final Report 2009' (the Jackson Report) Lord Justice Jackson states simply "In some areas of civil litigation costs are disproportionate and impede access to justice.
UK
3 Feb 2014
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What Is A Partner's Share?
In a recent decision, the Court of Appeal had to consider the basis for the value of a partner's share in the partnership.
UK
2 Dec 2013
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Case Management – The Pitfalls Of Non-Compliance
The Jackson reforms have implemented a number of fundamental changes to the UK civil litigation system.
UK
17 Oct 2013
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Jimmy Hill Dementia Case Highlights The Need To Choose Your Attorneys Carefully
It was revealed in the press over the weekend of 28 and 29 September that Jimmy Hill, the former footballer and television presenter, is suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease and has been since 2008.
UK
15 Oct 2013
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Disclosure Obligations - Laying Your Cards On The Table But Protecting Your Hand
Once litigation has commenced, parties have an ongoing obligation to perform a reasonable search to provide the other side with a list of all documents under their control or which were previously under their control which may help or hinder any party's case.
UK
29 Jul 2013
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Sign Up, Sign Up ... Last Chance To Get Your ATE Insurance
In a little over two months, on 1 April 2013, many of Lord Jackson’s recommendations on reforming civil litigation funding and costs come into force.
UK
26 Jun 2013
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Extensions Of Time And Loss And Expense
In this important decision (one of several to be decided between these parties) the court clarified the position in respect of several issues which arise regularly on construction projects.
UK
8 Jan 2013
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Tree Root Damage
This case confirmed that damage caused to your property by trees planted by a Local Authority may be recoverable.
UK
8 Jan 2013
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