When Tax Schemes Go Sour

In this podcast episode, barristers Paul Mitchell KC and Ben Smiley focus…

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Aggregation in Professional Indemnity Insurance Policies

In this podcast episode, barristers David Halpern KC and Ben Elkington KC…

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Dishonest Professionals: Recent Developments

The litigation of civil fraud claims is on the rise, with the Commercial Court consistently reporting this as an area of growth over the last three…

Double Trouble: recent developments in limitation

In this podcast episode on limitation, Helen Evans KC and John Williams will cover four core topics; section 32 of the Limitation Act, the law on…

Professional indemnity insurance: Europools v RSA

Euro Pools v RSA is the first case in 10 years in which the Court of Appeal has considered the important topic of notifications and attachment…

Reflective loss following Marex v Sevilleja

Where a wrong is caused to a company, do its shareholders also suffer a loss? Can a shareholder sue for his own loss, where it “reflects”…

Practical completion and other problems for construction professionals

Tim Chelmick and Lucy Colter discuss practical completion post-Mears v Costplan and other critical events in the life of a construction project, by reference to the…

Professional Negligence – Getting Creative and Pushing the Boundaries from a Chancery Perspective

This podcast by Nicole Sandells KC will look at a few of the concepts in the context of potential claims against solicitors. On 11th April…

Professional Negligence Update – what’s new in vicarious liability, illegality and loss of a chance

A podcast by Helen Evans KC, Anthony Jones and Seohyung Kim bringing you up to date with the key professional negligence developments in 2019 and 2020.

Art disputes in times of pandemic

Murray Rosen KC, an arbitrator and mediator and a member of the new Court of Arbitration for Art at The Hague, discusses the special features of…

Claims and circumstances: continuity of coverage in English insurance law

A look at how discontinuity of insurance coverage may arise for insurance policies written on a ‘claims made’ basis. This has particular resonance for professional persons…

“Lawfare”, big money divorces, and the impact of the new tort of malicious prosecution of civil proceedings

In a world where Russian oligarchs refer to litigation as “lawfare”, in this podcast we look at the issues arising where personal commercial rivalries are played…



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Stay of proceedings before serving a claim form

What should claimants do when limitation is about to expire? Noting…

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Four Fundamentals of Limitation Periods in Contract and Tort Claims

By Carl Troman, Barrister and Mediator at 4 New Square Four key points…

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Unfair Prejudice Petitions: what makes prejudice “unfair”?

Unfairness is an essential ingredient in minority shareholder petitions. Prejudice alone is not enough….

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