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Samuel Parsons discusses the failed application to set aside default judgment in Wards v Hendawi [2018] EWHC 1907 (Ch)

Samuel Parsons discusses the failed application to set aside default judgment in Wards v Hendawi [2018] EWHC 1907 (Ch)

Date: 1 Aug, 2018
Samuel Parsons discusses the failed application to set aside default judgment in Wards v Hendawi [2018] EWHC 1907 (Ch), in which he acted for the respondent firm.

Sea of possibilities: Brendon Moorhouse contributes to marine conservation article.

Sea of possibilities: Brendon Moorhouse contributes to marine conservation article.

Date: 30 Jul, 2018
Brendon Moorhouse contributes to marine conservation article as part of his role as a research fellow in the International Water Security Network at the University of West of England.

Hugh Sims QC and Simon Passfield successfully represented the respondents in an application for security for costs in Absolute Living Developments v DS7

Date: 27 Jun, 2018
Hugh Sims QC and Simon Passfield successfully represented the respondents in an application for security for costs in Absolute Living Developments v DS7.

Samuel Parsons discusses the recent decision of Re Baltic House Developments Ltd

Samuel Parsons discusses the recent decision of Re Baltic House Developments Ltd

Date: 19 Jun, 2018
Samuel Parsons discusses the recent decision of Re Baltic House Developments Ltd, which highlights how the new Official Receiver fee structure may impact on the availability of administrations.

Court of Appeal reconsiders purpose test in section 423 claims

Court of Appeal reconsiders purpose test in section 423 claims

Date: 24 May, 2018
The CoA yesterday delivered judgment in JSC BTA Bank V (1) Mukhtar Ablyazov (2) Madiyar Ablyazov (2018).

Rhys Hadden considers Cross Border issues: Deputyships & LPAs

Rhys Hadden considers Cross Border issues: Deputyships & LPAs

Date: 2 Feb, 2018
In a world with an aging population, increased movement of people between countries and geographically dispersed assets, issues concerning incapacitated individuals and managing their personal affairs now frequently extend beyond local borders.

Samuel Parsons discusses Phones 4U Limited (in administration) v EE Limited

Samuel Parsons discusses Phones 4U Limited (in administration) v EE Limited

Date: 1 Feb, 2018
Samuel Parsons discusses Phones 4U Limited (in administration) v EE Limited, which considered the availability of common law damages pursuant to a contractual termination.

Property & Estates E-news - January 2018

Property & Estates E-news - January 2018

Date: 16 Jan, 2018
In the Property & Estates Team's first e-bulletin of 2018, Oliver Mitchell gives an overview of a couple of forms of court order.

Rebecca Stickler discusses "how should individual funding requests be considered by NHS Commissioners?"

Date: 11 Jan, 2018
2017 brought us several interesting public law decisions, including many successful judicial review claims against NHS commissioners.

New judgement on selective distribution and third party platform bans under EU law

New judgement on selective distribution and third party platform bans under EU law

Date: 11 Dec, 2017
On 6 December 2017, the EU Court of Justice gave its judgment in Case C-230/16 Coty Germany v Parfümerie Akzente.