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Contract rectification is the last resort

Contracting parties can help themselves and avoid expensive rectification proceedings by getting the contract right at the outset.
30 March 2017

Ilott v Mitson: Supreme Court overturns decision in daughter's Inheritance Act claim

The Court of Appeal's decision to increase the inheritance awarded to an estranged adult daughter has been overturned. We look at the Ilott v Mitson decision and assess its impact for testators. 
20 March 2017

Notification under Public Liability Insurance Policies: advice for policyholders

The court clarifies what "as soon as possible" means in the context of a notification. It is important that policyholders are aware of the notification provisions in their policies.
06 February 2017

SFO fines Rolls-Royce £497m for bribery offences: what does it mean for the rest of us?

The largest fine in UK criminal enforcement history and the use of a deferred prosecution agreement signals the latest move towards a US style criminal enforcement model.
30 January 2017

Criminal liability for destroying evidence

Following the conviction of Sweett Group plc's former managing director for destroying evidence, we consider key steps for preserving relevant data when subject to investigation.
26 January 2017

Mediation: will all your communications be confidential and without prejudice?

Mediation is usually confidential and without prejudice but that is not always the case. We consider the Court of Appeal decision in Ferster v Ferster [2016] EWCA Civ 717.
25 January 2017

Adjudication: are "smash and grabs" a thing of the past?

The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) has looked at several "smash and grab" construction adjudication cases recently. Have "smash and grabs" had their day?
25 January 2017

Brexit: Supreme Court decides Parliament must vote to trigger Article 50

The Supreme Court rules 8-3 that the government requires Parliamentary authority to leave the EU and rules unanimously that ministers are not required to consult with the devolved governments.
24 January 2017

Corporate liability for economic crime: government consultation launched

Ministry of Justice opens consultation on corporate liability for economic crime, including fraud, money laundering and false accounting.
18 January 2017

How far is too far? Wellesley's impact on remoteness of damage in professional liability

A look at the impact of the Wellesley judgment on recoverable losses where a professional is liable concurrently in contract and in tort, focusing on Timothy Wright v Lewis Silkin LLP.
18 January 2017

Uncertain Times? Commercial disputes in 2017

Dispute Resolution Festive Forecast: in this final post, David Hall looks at what 2017 holds for commercial litigation generally.
23 December 2016

Regulating the regulators: sports governance in 2016 and beyond

Dispute Resolution Festive Forecast: today, we look at sports governance and the increasing focus on the composition and potentially conflicting objectives of sports regulatory bodies.
22 December 2016
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