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Insurance update - Reinstatement

Our March insurance briefing looks at reinstatement and considers the significant decision made in the insured's favour in the case of Western Trading v Great Lakes.
30 March 2015

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Financial Services Series ; Issue 16

This issue looks at the prosecution of Alex Hope by the Financial Conduct Authority for fraud and carrying on a regulated activity without authorisation and the wider implications for firms.
27 February 2015

Accident “very likely” caused by fatigue still basis for safety prosecution

The Court of Appeal recently dismissed appeals brought by Balfour Beatty and Enterprise following the death of a member of the public driving through a temporary traffic management system on the A50.
26 February 2015

A change in the balance of commercial interest requires a public contract to be tendered

Retendering "materially varied" contracts subject to the public procurement regime: what amounts to a material variation following the leading European Case Pressetext?
25 February 2015

High Court holds that Trustees can take into consideration the interests of employers

The High Court has handed down the judgment in one of the most significant pensions cases in the last 12 months.
25 February 2015

You may not be able to enforce liquidated damages, even if they are agreed under contract

The recent decision in MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co SA v Cottonex Anstalt has cast doubt on the ongoing recoverability of liquidated damages following a repudiatory breach of contract.
23 February 2015

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Daily Mirror fails to justify full defamatory sting of Simpson and Contostavlos article

The Daily Mirror found in Daniel Peter Simpson v MGN Limited that cases decided before the Defamation Act 2013 do not need to justify every word's truth but the 'defamatory stings' in the statement.
18 February 2015

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Ownership of copyright in the Innocent Smoothies logo resolved by the High Court

Failure to have a clear agreement about ownership of designs produced for Innocent Smoothies has resulted in multiple court proceedings. Companies using design agencies for branding should take heed.
18 February 2015

Notice to complete and pre-contract representations

Buyers need to obtain appropriate surveys and need to be aware that Sellers have a right in some circumstances to issue a notice to complete the sale. 
13 February 2015

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Guarantees and Indemnities: Gordon Ramsay bound by automatically generated signature

Gordon Ramsay has been held liable under a personal indemnity for rent on his London restaurant, York & Albany. Mr Ramsay sought a declaration that he was not bound because he had not signed it.
10 February 2015

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The Application of Trust Law Principles in a Proprietary Estoppel Action

Trustees can tread a difficult line dealing with potential beneficiaries. This is what trustees should be on the lookout for especially where a beneficiary appears to be in a favoured position
10 February 2015

New Procurement Regulations to come into force on 26 February 2015

It was announced on 6 February 2015 that the long-awaited Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/102) will come into force on 26 February 2015, replacing the Public Contracts Regulations 2006.
06 February 2015

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