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.
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.
Following his appearance for the successful liquidator in Qureshi v. Association of Conservative Clubs Ltd  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.
Informa have published Insurance law in 2018: a year in review, written by Alison Padfield QC and Miles Harris.
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.