Enough is enough? Setting aside a judgement for fraud

Hogan Lovells LLP,
Atlantic House,
Holborn Viaduct,
London EC1A 2FG

5th September 2019
6pm BST

Neil Hext QC and Tom Shepherd are giving a talk on ‘Enough is enough? Setting aside a judgement for fraud‘ for the LSLA on Thursday 5th September, hosted by Hogan Lovells LLP.

Can fraud unravel all? With fraud claims on the rise, the question of what is required to set aside a judgment for fraud becomes more and more relevant. Neil and Tom explore this topic, looking in particular at the interaction with the abuse of process doctrine and the implications of the recent Supreme Court decision in Takhar v. Gracefield Developments Ltd [2019] UKSC 13.



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