I (or is it you?) don’t like Mondays: Moylett v Geldof (Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog (Melissa Shipley)

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I (or is it you?) don’t like Mondays: Moylett v Geldof (Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog (Melissa Shipley)


In Moylett v Geldof and another, Carr J has given a very short judgment on the first defendant’s application to strike out parts of the claimant’s expert report. The substance… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Melissa Shipley Date

Aircraft leasing and contractual estoppel: signing an acceptance certificate will likely preclude future disputes as to delivery condition (Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog) David Hopkins


In Aquila WSA Aviation v Onur Air, Cockerill J gave summary judgment for the claimant on its claim for unpaid sums and damages arising from a lease of an aircraft… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author David Hopkins Date

Are pharma course applicants required to disclose criminal convictions? (HA v University of Wolverhampton) – LexisNexis (Nicola Greaney)


The case of HA v University of Wolverhampton looked at whether a university may lawfully ask an applicant to an accredited Master of Pharmacy degree course (MPharm) whether they have… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Nicola Greaney Date

Environmental Law Could Face Pressure Post-Brexit (Centre for International Governance Innovation – Stephen Tromans QC)


Free trade deals could influence weakened environmental laws in the United Kingdom. The standards of debate and discourse that preceded the United Kingdom’s 2016 referendum on continued membership in the… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Stephen Tromans QC Date

The importance of factual evidence in proving liability for accident (Whiting v First/Keolis Transpennine Ltd) – LexisNexis (Emily Formby)


In an interview with LexisNexis, Emily Formby points out that Whiting v First/Keolis Transpennine Ltd is a reminder to practitioners of the critical importance of understanding evidence and analysing the… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Emily Formby Date

Lisa Giovannetti QC and Fenella Morris QC contribute towards “The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 8 – 2016-2017 Legal Year”


Lisa Giovannetti QC and Fenella Morris QC have contributed chapters towards “The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 8 – 2016-2017 Legal Year”, which was launched at the Supreme Court on… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Lisa Giovannetti QC, Fenella Morris QC Date

Harbour View, contractor insolvency and the importance of a guarantee expiry date – Practical Law Construction Blog (Alexandra Bodnar)


Alexandra Bodnar and Carly Thorpe from Walker Morris have contributed to the Practical Law Construction Blog. One of the interesting features of the recent decision of Coulson J in Ziggurat (Claremont… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Alexandra Bodnar Date

Interest and Part 36 offers: is Potter right? – Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog (Simon Edwards)


CPR 36.2(3) provides that a Part 36 offer may be made in respect of the whole, or part of, or any issue that arises in, a claim. This is reflected in CPR 36.5(1)(d) which, in… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Simon Edwards Date

Large loss section 57 cases coming thick and fast


Emma Corkill writes by way of brief update on the fast moving PI fraud arena to report on two recent cases involving section 57 of the Criminal Justice and Courts… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Emma Corkill Date

Contract Law Update: Contract Interpretation and Exclusion Clauses (Rachael O’Hagan)


Rachel O’Hagan participated in a contract law update at the CLAN Annual Conference 2018 on Monday 5th February 2018. To access Rachael’s slides from the event, please click here.

CategoryArticles Author Rachael O'Hagan Date

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