- April 23, 2021
A lesson in contesting particulars of claim
The dangers of a contested application to amend particulars of claim were highlighted in the recent case of Ward v Associated Newspapers Ltd. This case offers a helpful reminder for practitioners to carefully consider the extent to which it is reasonable to spend time and resources on contested interlocutory applications.
- August 10, 2020
Service in the time of a pandemic: Stanley v London Borough of Tower Hamlets
The decision in Stanley v London Borough of Tower Hamlets arose out of circumstances at a very specific point in time that may not be exactly replicated. The claimant attempted to effect service on the defendant just two days after the national lockdown was announced. Businesses across the country had to adapt to an unprecedented … Continue reading Service in the time of a pandemic: Stanley v London Borough of Tower Hamlets →