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Company restoration and limitation periods: Do all claims remain stayed against a company in liquidation?
In a judgment handed down last week, the High Court dismissed a claimant's appeal concerning the effect of a company's liquidation on limitation in a noise induced hearing loss claim. DWF's Stephen…Read more
Causes of action and limitation: the decision in Annett Osborne v. Follett Stock (a Firm) and Follett Stock LLP  EWHC 1811 (QB)
The recent judgment in Annett Osborne v Follett Stock (a Firm) and Follett Stock LLP  EWHC 1811 (QB) provides helpful guidance on when a cause of action accrues in cases involving contingent…Read more
CGL Group Limited (“CGL”), a property holding company, brought a claim against Royal Bank of Scotland (“RBS”) for the alleged mis-selling of two interest rate hedging products, which RBS argued were…Read more
The higher profile of abuse claims has recently led to this issue being given special consideration by the Scottish Government. The result is a new consultation that seeks to introduce primary…Read more
The Court of Appeal has recently handed down a judgment on the issue of limitation in an abuse claim. Whilst not a new issue, it is one that is likely to become increasingly relevant at a time when…Read more
Alexia Drew reviews the recent decision in Toombs V Bridging Loans Ltd  EWHC 4566, where the High Court provided further guidance on the limitation position for claims against surveyors.Read more
The Court of Appeal has again examined constructive knowledge in the context of limitation in disease cases. This Noise Induced Hearing Loss claim was unsuccessful as the Court of Appeal imputed the…Read more
The High Court was recently asked to deal with a claimant seeking damages for mesothelioma in circumstances where he had previously settled a claim for asbestos related injuries against a number of…Read more