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Shadow Directors: who are they, what are their duties, and what are the implications for limitation periods, accessory liability and D&O insurance?

In this podcast, Michael Bowmer discusses these elusive company law characters and some of the issues and implications around them.

Nominations for the 2019 Chambers UK Bar Awards

We are delighted to announce that 4 New Square has been shortlisted in this year’s Chambers UK Bar Awards 2019 in the below categories. The 2019…

What are the chances? Recent brokers cases on breach, causation and loss

In this podcast, Neil Hext QC and Miles Harris discuss the latest developments in the world of brokers’ claims, including analysis of the most recent cases…

4 New Square launch new commercial law podcast

We are delighted to launch today our new commercial law podcast Analysis: Commercial Dispute Resolution and Life at the Bar. Our podcast covers a wide…

The spread of ‘hornet’s nest’ notifications – how to avoid getting stung

Ben Elkington QC and Joshua Folkard are speaking at BILA lecture on ‘The spread of ‘hornet’s nest’ notifications – how to avoid getting stung’ on Tuesday…

Sartex Quilts & Textiles v Endurance Capital – decision on indemnification on the Reinstatement basis

Ben Elkington KC acted for the successful claimant in this recent High Court decision. The case considered when an insured is entitled to an indemnity on…

Review of 2018 Insurance Law

Informa have published Insurance law in 2018: a year in review, written by Alison Padfield KC and Miles Harris. The review highlights some of the…

Review of 2018 Insurance Law

Informa have published Insurance law in 2018: a year in review, written by Alison Padfield QC and Miles Harris. The review highlights some of the…

Euro Pools plc v Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc – decision of the Court of Appeal on insurance notifications

Judgment has been handed down in this appeal, which concerns notifications to professional indemnity insurance policies.  The main point at issue was whether a claim for…

Cameron v Liverpool Victoria Insurance Co Ltd: Suing Unnamed Defendants & the Approach to Alternative Service

The Supreme Court has now handed down judgment in Cameron v Liverpool Victoria Insurance Co Ltd.  The case concerns the issue as to whether/when it is…

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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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Stay of proceedings before serving a claim form


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

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Why are there so many cases against lawyers for contempt of court?


There has been a spate of cases in the past couple of…

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