- April 27, 2022
The desire for revenge: not an abuse of process: Navigator Equities Ltd v Deripaska
This case was heard by the Court of Appeal and the lead judgment was given by Carr LJ (approved by Snowdon and Asplin LJJ), who considered when, how and why an application for civil contempt of court may be an abuse of process.
- September 24, 2021
Disclosing materials relating to an expert that was instructed pre-action: Rogerson (t/a Cottesmore Hotel, Golf and Country Club) v Eco Top Heat & Power Ltd
Background In the matter of Rogerson (t/a Cottermore Hotel, Golf and Country Club) v Eco Top Heat & Power Ltd, the Technology and Construction Court allowed a defendant to change its expert witness during proceedings, subject to the condition that the defendant had to disclose materials relating to an expert it had instructed pre-action.