The Court of Appeal’s judgment in Lorna Carrasco v. Rebecca Johnson  EWCA Civ 87 is a rare and instructive authority as to how awards for statutory interest should be determined.Read more
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The FCA, having recognised the treatment of existing interest-only mortgage customers as a key risk in their 2017/18 business plan, have conducted a review of how lenders have been treating customers and published their findings.Read more
The judgment of Mr Justice Knowles in LOCAOG v, Haydn Sinfield  EWHC 51 (QB) provides the most authoritative guidance to date in respect of the test for “Fundamental Dishonesty”.Read more
The MoJ’s consultation seeks to canvas views on the effectiveness and appropriateness of the current process with particular focus on whether limits should be placed on the circumstances where an individual may have a default judgment entered against them without their knowledge.Read more
Raghav Trivedi, advocate on the Midlands Circuit, considers Mr Justice Morris’ recent judgment in Philip Davies v Carillion Energy Services Limited & His Energy Limited (In Liquidation)  EWHC 3206 (QB)Read more
The Ministry of Justice has published the county court statistics for the 3rd quarter of 2017. They reveal a significant increase in the number of specified and unspecified money claims being issued over the last 12 months (13% and 10% respectively).Read more
The decision of the Court of Appeal in Budana v. The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust  EWCA Civ 1980 will be of enormous importance to many firms undertaking personal injury claims for Claimants.Read more