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Unlawful Means Conspiracy & Knowledge of Unlawfulness: Continued Chaos
Matthew Bradley
| 06/06/2019

Matthew Bradley considers whether a claimant must prove knowledge of the fact of unlawfulness on a defendant’s part, in order to establish an unlawful means conspiracy.

Information v advice: inadequate labels but important principles
Matthew Bradley and Tom Asquith
| 31/05/2019

Matthew Bradley and Tom Asquith consider the recent Court of Appeal decision in Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton UK LLP in the context of financial advice, providing points of note for practitioners looking to draw a line between taking responsibility for a decision and merely providing information which feeds into that decision.

Dealing with surplus assets in voluntary winding up (Qureshi v Association of Conservative Clubs Ltd) – Lexis PSL Restructuring & Insolvency article by Michael Bowmer of 4 New Square
Michael Bowmer
| 24/05/2019

Following his appearance for the successful liquidator in Qureshi v. Association of Conservative Clubs Ltd [2019] EWHC 1165 (Ch), Michael Bowmer was asked by Lexis®PSL Restructuring & Insolvency to give an e-interview about the case. A copy of the interview, which was first published on 20 May 2019, can be found here.

Review of 2018 Insurance Law
Alison Padfield QC and Miles Harris
| 24/05/2019

Informa have published Insurance law in 2018: a year in review, written by Alison Padfield QC and Miles Harris.

Sport and anti-doping – the year in review 2018/19
Richard Liddell and William Harman
| 16/05/2019

Richard Liddell and William Harman from 4 New Square wrote an anti-doping update for Law In Sport on 16th May 2019. Its primary focus is UK anti-doping, decisions in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and developments relating to the major international anti-doping bodies.