- May 1, 2020
Derivative actions involving LLPs: common law test for permission trumps section 263 of the Companies Act 2006
On 21 April 2020, Zacaroli J allowed an appeal brought against the decision of HHJ Saunders in Homes of England v Nick Sellman (Holdings) Limited.
- January 3, 2019
ATE and security for costs: Lewis Thermal Limited v Cleveland Cable Company Ltd
This is the third occasion on which I have posted on this blog on the issue of after the event insurance (ATE) policies and the impact which they have on applications for security for costs.
- December 27, 2017
ATE insurance and security for costs applications: the curse of the pendulum
In an earlier post in this blog, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LPP, solicitors for the successful appellants in Premier Motorauctions Ltd (in liquidation) and another v PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and Lloyds Bank Plc championed the decision of the Court of Appeal for bringing the pendulum of authorities on the interplay between security for costs and … Continue reading ATE insurance and security for costs applications: the curse of the pendulum →
- November 16, 2017
Security for costs: ATE policies
In a commendable judgment dated 24 October 2016 in Premier Motorauctions v Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Snowden J injected a much needed dose of realism into an issue which had, for too long, suffered from a regrettable degree of uncertainty, namely security for costs applications against parties with after the event (ATE) insurance cover. Cases this year … Continue reading Security for costs: ATE policies →