Date: 7 Jun, 2017
The regulatory references regime has wide-reaching implications for employers. They may unexpectedly find themselves in the civil courts for the torts of deceit and negligent misstatement in attempting to comply with the new rules.
Date: 12 May, 2017
The recent decision of Nugee J in Weir v Hilsdon  EWHC 983 (Ch) (04.05.17) has cast doubt on a form of order typically used to suspend a bankrupt’s discharge from bankruptcy.
Date: 5 May, 2017
Significant regulatory change is looming on the horizon for many financial services firms. The UK must implement the revised Payment Services Directive ("PSD2") and must also implement the new General Data Protection Regulation (the "GDPR").
Date: 11 Apr, 2017
In a recent Property & Estate article, Daisy Brown carefully analysed the development of the equity of exoneration ("a judge-made principle of some antiquity") and concluded that it was "crying out for the higher courts to take a fresh look at how it should be applied".
Date: 1 Mar, 2017
This article follows a well received recent lecture on this topic and its aim is to identify how solicitors can help their clients.
Date: 21 Feb, 2017
The case is rare example of the country’s highest Court considering in some detail the operation of s.127 of the Insolvency Act 1986.
Date: 25 Jan, 2017
This is the sixth in the series of insolvency papers which we have been launching over recent weeks.
Date: 19 Jan, 2017
Within this article, recently featured in the latest Paragon Cost Solutions newsletter, Suzanne Staunton considers - Precedent H does not set the precedent for costs.
Date: 12 Jan, 2017
This article by James is the fifth? in the series of insolvency papers being produced by the members of Guildhall Chambers’ insolvency team.
Date: 16 Dec, 2016
Where a company sues a former director, for example, or its auditors for negligence, that defendant is entitled if it so wishes to join in a third party for the purpose of claiming a contribution or an indemnity.