What Defects Make a CFA Unenforceable? (October 2003, Judith Ayling)

Monthly Archives: 02nd February 2004

What Defects Make a CFA Unenforceable? (October 2003, Judith Ayling)


Since April 2000, when the new regime of conditional fee agreements with success fees recoverable from an opponent came into force, claimants’ solicitors have been engaged in what the Court… Read more »

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Confidentiality and the Sharing of Information (October 2003, Fenella Morris)


This paper considers the nature and extent of the duty of patient confidentiality in the mental health context, and examines the range of circumstances in which it might be overridden,… Read more »

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Defining Recycling (October 2003, Stephen Tromans)


It is salutary to realise that the late Professor J.F. Garner, when producing his first commentary on the Control of Pollution Act 1974, saw no need to comment on or… Read more »

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Ill-Gotten Gains (September 2003, Colin McCaul QC)


In Hewison v Meridian Shipping PTE [2002], the Court of Appeal examined whether the issue of public policy prevented a claimant from recovering damages when the claim was based on… Read more »

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The Stuff of Life – Is there a place for equity in divorce? (September 2003, Simon Edwards)


No, this is not another article about White v White (the landmark House of Lords case that decided that the starting point for the division of assets on divorce was… Read more »

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Running Water, Ineffective Drains and Highway Maintenance (September 2003, Geoffrey Brown)


Running water can be a cause of problems, not least on the roads.  A highway authority may find that water is prone to run on to the carriageway from adjacent… Read more »

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Planning Structure for the Development of the National Waste Strategy (August 2003, Stephen Tromans)


Implementation of the Government’s statutory Waste Strategy 2000 for England and Wales  is going to present many challenges, but none are likely to be more exacting than the timely provision… Read more »

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