- April 25, 2019
Is a judgment procured by fraud ever secure?
Sophocles wrote that “things gained by unjust fraud are never secure”. Lord Denning described fraud as “a thing apart” which once proven “unravels all”. Where a judgment is procured by fraud, an action lies for set aside or rescission of that judgment. Where the victim of the fraud could have discovered it before the trial … Continue reading Is a judgment procured by fraud ever secure? →
- February 18, 2016
Adjudication for commercial dispute resolution
Coulson J recently spoke to the London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association about adjudication and posed the question, is adjudication a model for all commercial dispute resolution? While adjudication is the norm in construction disputes, attempts to expand it beyond the construction sphere have met with little success. Should parties be so reluctant to … Continue reading Adjudication for commercial dispute resolution →