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What if third parties helped to hide the golden egg?

Published on 25 April 2019. By Davina Given, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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What if third parties helped to hide the golden egg?

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The fraudster is insolvent – can you add more eggs to the basket?

Published on 24 April 2019. By Davina Given, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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The fraudster is insolvent – can you add more eggs to the basket?

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What to do if the golden egg hatches (or you need to trace into the fraudster's other assets)

Published on 24 April 2019. By Davina Given, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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What to do if the golden egg hatches (or you need to trace into the fraudster's other assets)

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How can I find the golden egg? Part 2: ask the Easter bunny (or third parties)

Published on 23 April 2019. By Davina Given, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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How can I find the golden egg? Part 2: ask the Easter bunny (or third parties)

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How can I find the golden egg? Part 1: ask the fraudster and accept no eggs-cuses

Published on 17 April 2019. By Davina Given, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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How do I find the golden egg? Part 1: ask the fraudster and accept no eggs-cuses

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How do you stop the treasure map leading to the golden egg being destroyed?

Published on 17 April 2019. By Davina Given, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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How do you stop the treasure map leading to the golden egg being destroyed?

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How do you stop the golden egg rolling away?

Published on 15 April 2019. By Davina Given, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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How do you stop the golden egg rolling away?

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The greatest Easter egg hunt: asset recovery in the English courts

Published on 15 April 2019. By Davina Given, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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The greatest Easter egg hunt: asset recovery in the English courts

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Is a good arguable case good enough? The Court of Appeal considers the test for establishing jurisdiction

Published on 19 February 2019. By Emma West, Associate and Geraldine Elliott, Partner

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The test for deciding whether a claimant has a good arguable case is relative following the Court of Appeal's decision in Kaefar v AMS Drilling and others.

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Negligent misstatement and undisclosed principals – a gamble not worth taking

Published on 11 September 2018. By Parham Kouchikali, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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The Supreme Court recently ruled that a bank providing a reference relating to its customer owed a tortious duty of care only to the addressee. The decision reflects the wider judicial trend of restricting the circumstances in which duties of care for negligent misstatement are found to exist on the basis of an assumption of responsibility by the party making the statement.

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Supreme Court curtails negotiating damages

Published on 29 May 2018. By Tim Brown, Partner and Emma West, Associate

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The Supreme Court decision in Morris-Garner v One Step Support Ltd(1) is now the leading case on Wrotham Park(2) or – as the court preferred to call them – negotiating damages.

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