Publications by Area of Law


Credit Hire: End of the Road for Impecuniosity?

Barrister Patrick West
Area of Law Personal Injury
Source Personal Injury Law Journal, issue 118.

Think of the Children: Separated ‘other half’ could inherit more than your children

Source: Lexis Nexis
Barrister: Jack Harris

Coventry v Lawrence

Barrister: Nicholas Pointon
Area of Law: Commercial Law and Property Law
Summary:
Nicholas and Richard consider the recent Supreme Court decision in Coventry v Lawrence and its implications in relation to applications for injunctive relief.

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Jurisdiction in cartel damages claims under Brussels 1

Barrister: Nicholas Pointon
Area of Law: Commercial Dispute Resolution
Summary: Nicholas looks at the question of jurisdiction in the rising trend of cartel damages claims and considers the opinion of the Advocate General in the Hydrogen Peroxide Cartel Damages Claim (Case C-352/13)

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Claims for lost years

Source The Solicitors Journal
Barrister
David Regan 
Area of Law
Personal Injury
Date
14th April 2015
Summary David considers the development of case law where a defendant’s negligence has caused death.

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Defective premises: establishing and escaping liability

Barrister: Ben Handy
Area of Law: Personal Injury
Date: May 2017
Overview: An article examining the extent of a landlord’s duties under section 4 of the Defective Premises Act 1972.

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Marriage, Civil Partnership and Safeguarding the Vulnerable Adult: Legal options for Local Authorities.

Source: Local Government Lawyer
Barrister: Edward Bennett
Area of Law: Family
Date: April 2015

Constitution of licensing sub-committees

Source: Local Government Lawyer
Barrister: Roy Light
Area of Law: Licensing
Summary: Roy highlights the dangers for local authorities that fail properly to constitute their licensing sub-committees.

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Beat the QOCS: costs in personal injury claims following Jackson

Barrister: Patrick West
Area of Law: Personal Injury
Date: 9th March 2015
Summary: Patrick West looks at the growing impact of one of the most important costs consequences of the Jackson reforms and what it means for Claimants and Defendants seeking to recover their costs 

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Assets of Community Value and the Localism Act 2011

Barrister: Peter Wadsley
Area of Law: Planning and Administrative Law
Source: Local Government Lawyer
Date: 9th March 2015
Summary: Peter looks at Assets of Community Value under ss. 87-108 Localism Act 2011 and some of the problems and pitfalls

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