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Corporate tax update, third quarter 2016

Topic: Tax Take 20.10.2016 Read more

Tax update, October 2016

Topic: Tax Take 04.10.2016 Read more
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A new and better approach to claims against financial advisers?

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 03.10.2016 Read more

Health and Safety update, September 2016

Topic: Health and Safety 29.09.2016 Read more
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FAPL v Wells: High Court orders Norwich Pharmacal Relief Against Publicans Screening Premier League Matches Without Permission

Topic: Sports 29.09.2016 Read more
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Vat update, September 2016

Topic: Tax Take 29.09.2016 Read more
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Claimant investors establish advisory duty against bank

Topic: Commercial Disputes 26.09.2016 Read more
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Revisiting the Referendum

Topic: Trainees take on business

Published by Sophie Tuson, Trainee Solicitor

Never afraid to shy away from the most challenging of topics, in May of this year – with the EU Referendum vote looming – the blog’s Editorial Team decided to tackle Brexit head on.

22.09.2016 Read more

Copyright test match

Topic: Sports 22.09.2016 Read more
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Changing experts - a risky business

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance

Published by Alan Stone, Partner

The recent case of Allen Tod Architecture Ltd (In Liquidation) v Capita Property and Infrastructure Ltd (previously known as Capita Symons) provides a timely reminder of the risks of changing experts. In this case, the Defendant made an application for specific disclosure of documents prepared by the Claimant’s first expert. The High Court held that privilege in such documents should be waived and the documents should be disclosed where a party seeks to rely upon the evidence of an alternative expert.

07.09.2016 Read more