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DWF successfully defends Mishcon de Reya and secures indemnity costs in substantial civil fraud claim found to have been “speculative and weak, and in large part opportunistic
Mr Justice Morgan has recently handed down his judgments in Instant Access Properties Limited (in Liquidation) -v- Rosser & Ors  EWHC 756 (Ch);  EWHC 1145 (Ch). DWF’s Michael Robin,…Read more
The recently handed down Court of Appeal judgment in the combined appeals in P&P v Owen White, Catlin and Another and Dreamvar v Mishcon de Reya and Another has received a great deal of coverage…Read more
In this article we look at the legality of claims control and co-operation clauses ("CCCs") in Peru against the context of a fundamental principle of Peruvian insurance law, that is, that the payment…Read more
SAAMCO extended to Accounting Claims: A Defendant's Assumption of Responsibility Remains a Key Factor in Professional Indemnity Claims
On the 2nd May 2018, Teare J handed down the decision in the case of Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton UK LLP  EWHC 963 (Comm). The judge applied the principles established in South…Read more
In October 2017 we reported on the well-publicised Supreme Court’s decision in MT Højgaard v E.ON ("Højgaard") which held that a fitness for purpose obligation required the contractor to achieve a…Read more