The High Court considers when and how to claim damages for the loss of a chance
What happens when there is evidence that an adjudicator’s decision was obtained fraudulently? A recent decision means that Stuart Pemble can answer that conundrum. Key points The Technology and Construction Court has clarified when fraud can be used to defeat an application to enforce an adjudicator’s award A separate Supreme Court judgment on fraud might […]
A recent high-profile High Court decision has resurrected the concept of relational contracting
Court of Appeal looks at a House of Lords decision from 1913 to decide a liquidated damages claim.
Stuart Pemble welcomes the clarification in the latest appellate decision on the SAAMCO principle
Has the Court of Appeal resolved the tension between two seemingly conflicting statutory regimes?
LEGAL NOTES Stuart Pemble revisits one of the most fundamental tortious principles of them all
Stuart Pemble examines the significance of the result of a long-running dispute between neighbours Key points Facts are often a lot more important than legal principles when it comes to winning (or losing) in litigation Presenting a global claim for damages in construction remains fraught with difficulty Every four months, when a new trainee joins […]
Allyson Colby, Stuart Pemble and Elizabeth Dwomoh round up 2018’s major legal cases
Stuart Pemble examines a public falling-out between two of our greatest jurists and judges