- May 11, 2022
Serving company directors as defendants to a claim
Background The recent case of Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank PJSC v Shetty raised the question of whether section 1140 of the Companies Act 2006, when used in conjunction with the “necessary or proper party” gateway under PD 6B.3.1(3), has an “exorbitant and arbitrary” effect.
- January 25, 2019
Wolff v Trinity Logistics USA Inc: the implications for civil appeals
I recently acted as junior counsel in Wolff v Trinity Logistics USA Inc, where the Court of Appeal considered the circumstances in which a respondent to an appeal requires permission to run a defensive case. The issue arose in the following context: Trinity USA’s claim against Mr Wolff in procuring breach of contract succeeded at … Continue reading Wolff v Trinity Logistics USA Inc: the implications for civil appeals →