- June 22, 2018
The limit of knowledge: Su v Clarksons Platou Futures
When litigation is successful, the winning party will rarely struggle to identify advisors and employees happy to take credit for the outcome. When litigation fails spectacularly, a company’s advisors (and their professional indemnity insurers) may well be less eager to shoulder some or all of the responsibility.
- March 17, 2016
Stevensdrake v Hunt and the indemnity principle
Having successfully obtained judgment for your client in a case where your firm of solicitors is acting under a conditional fee agreement (CFA), it is only natural that thoughts will turn to the firm’s own impending financial reward. But the terms of a CFA, negotiated at the outset of the case, can prove to be … Continue reading Stevensdrake v Hunt and the indemnity principle →