In this article, Hugh Jory QC and Matthew Bradley take a closer look at the impact of the controversial decision in Re Blue Index Ltd  EWHC 2680 (Ch) on a line of recent cases, the last having been handed down, in Dinglis v Dinglis  EWHC 1664 (Ch), on 28 June 2019.
In this article, Hugh Jory QC and Matthew Bradley explore the art of share valuation and the different approaches that can be taken.
Not so common common law: Interest, the Scots in the House of Lords and the English in the Court of Appeal. Nicholas Davidson QC
Applying the same set of legal rules to all companies, regardless of their individual circumstances and characteristics, can lead to injustice. The concept of “quasi-partnership” encourages a more nuanced approach and allows courts to recognise and enforce equitable obligations which may have arisen between members of a company. In this article, Thomas Ogden and John Williams of 4 New Square review key elements of the law in this area, and consider a number of important recent decisions.
Lecture by Sir Rupert Jackson at the Astana International Financial Centre Conference in Kazakhstan on 3rd July 2019.