The judgment of Mr Justice Julian Knowles in TPE v. Harvey Franks EWHC 1765 (QB) is a reminder that the various tests in the Civil Procedure Rules should be approached in their proper order.Read more
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Yisroel Greenberg, advocate on the Southeastern Circuit, considers the Court of Appeal’s judgment in The National Guild of Removers & Storers Ltd v Bee Moved Ltd & Ors  EWCA Civ 1302 and when the principles the Court will apply when deciding whether or not to admit new evidence on appeal.Read more
In the matter of Drew Malone v. Birmingham Community NHS Trust  EWCA Civ 137, the Court of Appeal had to decide whether the terms of the Claimant’s CFA, which referred to a claim against the Home Office precluded costs being recovered from the Defendant NHS Trust.Read more
The House of Commons Justice Committee have delivered a report raising a number of concerns about the Government’s plans to increase the personal injury (PI) small claims limit to £5,000.00.Read more