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  • Defence costs recoverable from dishonest solicitor Acceso restringido

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    Enviado: 14 May 2012

    An insurer succeeds in reclaiming defence costs from an employee of a solicitors’ firm, despite no express finding of dishonesty in the underlying proceedings.

  • Turning Bolam on its head Acceso restringido

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    Enviado: 14 May 2012

    Solicitors can be liable even if their interpretation of a clause is correct, but they fail to report the potential for others to interpret differently.

  • Can claims consultants claim legal advice privilege? Acceso restringido

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    Enviado: 23 March 2012

    A look at the recent case Water Lilly v MacKay and Anr on legal advice privilege and a construction claims consultancy.

  • Revisiting the bracket of permissible opinion and contributory negligence Acceso restringido

    Artículo

    Enviado: 10 February 2012

    The Paratus case dealt with familiar issues in claims against valuers, including the "bracket" of permissible, non- negligent opinion, and a claimant lender's contributory negligence.

  • Twitter ye not - a salutary tale on social media Acceso restringido

    Artículo

    Enviado: 10 February 2012

    A decision of the Bar Standards Board that highlights potential risks to professionals in embracing social media.

  • Liability for insufficient payment to redeem charge on property Acceso restringido

    Artículo

    Enviado: 10 February 2012

    A recent judgment that clarifies the limits upon breach of trust actions by lenders against solicitors.

  • Construing contractual terms: “diligently” does not impart any standard of care Acceso restringido

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    Última revisión: 16 November 2011 / Enviado: 16 November 2011

    A contractual obligation to perform an action “diligently” does not impose upon the performing party an obligation to meet any particular standard of care.

  • Quantification of damages: giving claimants the benefit of the doubt Acceso restringido

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    Última revisión: 16 November 2011 / Enviado: 16 November 2011

    Claimant are not entitled to the benefit of the doubt in assessing damages simply because a defendant’s breach of contract has made quantification of damages uncertain.

  • A case of mixed up wills Acceso restringido

    Artículo

    Última revisión: 13 July 2011 / Enviado: 13 July 2011

    Case review of Terry Michael Marley v (1) Terry Rawlings (2) Michael Rawlings in which a UK court was unable to rectify wills based on clerical error.

  • Mortgage Fraud Acceso restringido

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    Última revisión: 16 February 2011 / Enviado: 16 February 2011

    This seminar considered mortgage fraud and the doctrine of illegality; fraud and vicarious liability and associated issues and finally mortgage fraud and attribution of knowledge.

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