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Investigatory reports liable to be used as evidence in subsequent proceedings

Transport: a recent court decision supports the view that independent agencies' reports provide valuable analysis of the facts and so can and should be used in subsequent court proceedings.
14 March 2014

Online CPDcast course on Penalty Clauses in SPA agreements

Dispute Resolution specialists from leading UK law firm Burges Salmon have contributed to a podcast for online 'Continuing Professional Development' CPD training course, CPDcast.
14 March 2014

A binding deal even when the document was not signed

Parties who negotiate contracts but choose not to sign them when the moment comes usually expect not to be bound. However, the courts are finding binding contracts have arisen in such circumstances.
10 March 2014

Does limitation of liability make it easier to get an injunction?

Where a supplier’s breach of contract could make you breach your own contracts and potentially become insolvent, you might reasonably hope to convince a court to stop the supplier acting.
10 March 2014

Change of corporate vehicle does not stop you relying on inducements to contract

What rights does the ultimate counterparty have in respect of matters arising in the negotiation, if it was not legally involved at the time?
28 February 2014


Financial Services Series - Issue 5

In this instalment of our Financial Services Series, we look at interviews with the Financial Conduct Authority and provide tips for those faced with a request or demand for an interview.
28 February 2014


Double insurance and indemnities

Businesses can find they have placed more than one insurance policy which could respond to an incident. Our insurance team takes a look at the general principles and the practical considerations. 
27 February 2014


Contempt of court

Corporate officers need to be aware when conducting litigation on behalf of the company that they may personally be made responsible, with criminal sanction, if they do not obey the court strictly.
25 February 2014


Quaystone newsletter ; March 2014

Our construction and engineering newsletter highlights the Court of Appeal's decisions' relevance to the construction industry and an update on 'Health and Safety Executive' thinking.
24 February 2014

Financial Ombudsman awards decisions cannot be 'topped up' in court proceedings

The Court of Appeal recently confirmed that consumers who accept a decision of the Financial Ombudsman Service are prohibited from bringing the same claim in the Court for further damages.
19 February 2014

Who pays for flooding?

The costs of flood damage and lost productivity from flooded property and farms will be ranked in £Billions.
18 February 2014

Rare interpleader relief awarded to Football League

The Football League was recently awarded rare interpleader relief in the Bristol Mercantile and Commercial Courts. 
13 February 2014

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