- March 18, 2021
Non-compliance with orders and the risk of interlocutory costs orders
In respect of interlocutory applications, the position is normally that costs fall to be reserved and decided at the conclusion of the litigation, unless there is some special feature. The case of Sportcal Global Communication Limited and another v Laflin certainly had special features.
- March 3, 2020
Injunctions against persons unknown: Cuadrilla Bowland Ltd and others v Persons unknown and others
Cuadrilla Bowland Ltd and others v Persons unknown and others has useful practical implications for those considering the terms of prospective injunction proceedings, particularly where the injunction is to prevent behaviour by persons unknown. In that case, the proposed injunction was challenged because its terms were unclear.
- February 25, 2019
The name of the game: effecting valid service in Ndole Assets Ltd v Designer M&E Services UK Ltd
Delegation could still be the name of the game for litigants in person who instruct a third party to effect service of a claim form. The recent Court of Appeal judgment of Ndole Assets Ltd v Designer M&E Services UK Ltd goes very little way in providing clarity for parties with litigants in person on … Continue reading The name of the game: effecting valid service in Ndole Assets Ltd v Designer M&E Services UK Ltd →
- October 10, 2017
Disputing rights against insurers
Following the judgment of the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) in BAE Systems Pensions Funds v Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance plc and others in July, it appears that a potential dispute as to coverage is not a blocker to an insurer being joined into proceedings under the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010. … Continue reading Disputing rights against insurers →