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 »
Jonathan Bellamy is to give the keynote presentation at the 2nd Security Awareness Special Interest Group (SASIG) cyber insurance workshop, which will be held at Lloyd’s of London on Friday… Read more »
39 Essex Chambers is delighted to announce that 16 members have been ranked in Chambers Global 2018. Ranked Departments: Construction (Band 3) Energy & Natural Resources (Band 2) Ranked Senior… Read more »
Paul Darling QC is to give a lunchtime lecture for BILA (British Insurance Law Association) on Construction Insurance on Friday 16th February 2018. For more information, please click here.
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 »
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.
Marion Smith QC and Rachael O’Hagan spoke at the CLAN (Commercial Litigation Association) Annual Conference 2018 which was held on Monday 5th February at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. They gave a… Read more »
Andrew Tabachnik QC acted for the SRA in defending before the Divisional Court [Lindblom LJ and Males J] disciplinary findings against a solicitor, and an order for strike off, following… Read more »
The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in R (oao Bancoult No 3) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs  UKSC 4, in which Nigel Pleming QC,… Read more »