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Post-Mitchell, there followed a number of first instance cases in which judges applied the Mitchell guidance to applications for relief from sanctions.
In Wellesley Partners LLP v Withers the defendant solicitors were found to be liable for damages in excess of £1.6m arising out of the unauthorised amendment of one very brief clause in an LLP agreement.
In West and another v Ian Finlay & Associates, the Court of Appeal reversed the finding of the court at first instance and held a net contribution clause to be valid and binding.
The recent Court of Appeal decision in Mehjoo v Harben Barker  EWCA Civ 358 provides guidance as to the limits of a professional’s duty to his client.
Cyber issues for insurers download
The continued dependence on electronic and network-based systems means that all businesses, regardless of their size or area of operation are increasingly exposed to cyber risks.
In Ageas (UK) Limited v Kwik-Fit (GB) Limited and AIG Europe Ltd, the High Court examined the legal authorities on measuring loss for breach of a warranty in a share and purchase agreement.
Insurance E-Brief — in brief download
The in-brief secton of Ince & Co’s Insurance E-Brief provides updates on recent legal developments and significant cases.
Ince & Co confirmed the completion of the $160m corporate sale of the PVM Group, an independent broker of oil instruments, to Tullett Prebon plc, an interdealer brokers.
Ince & Co has been named ‘Maritime Law Firm of the Year’ for the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent twice in the space of a month.
Ince & Co is co-ordinating a strategy to meet the fears of ship owners whose vessels remain vulnerable to arrest in the wake of the OW Bunker collapse.
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has produced a draft Polar Code to cover all aspects of shipping in the Arctic and Antarctic areas.
Rosita Lau, Hong Kong-based partner at Ince & Co, has been named winner for ‘Best in Shipping’ at the Asia Women in Business Law Awards 2015.
Jan Heuvels will succeed Wilson as international senior partner, while Paul Herring takes on the new role of chairman.
Court of Appeal considers whether dishonouring LC bank has title to sue under indorsed bill of lading download
The Court of Appeal has given judgment in a case that has implications for all traders who rely on letters of credit for payment security in their sale and purchase transactions.
Bill of lading ‘law and arbitration’ clause incorporates charterparty court jurisdiction provision download
This dispute concerns a claim for cargo damage of around $1m under a bill of lading on the Congenbill 1994 standard form.
A recent decision from the Commercial Court provides useful guidance on the construction of clause 8 of the popular GAFTA 49 form.
Shipping E-Brief — more pitfalls for owners looking to terminate for unpaid hire; Hong Kong ship arrest; and more download
The Shipping E-Brief is a quarterly publication providing you with key information on legal decisions and developments in shipping and related business areas.
Restrictive covenants: East England Schools CIC (Trading as 4 MYSCHOOLS) v Palmer and Another, High Court download
It is established law that to be enforceable restrictive covenants of this nature can be no wider than is necessary to protect the employer’s legitimate business interests.
In AB v A Chief Constable, High Court [QBD]  IRLR 700, the High Court considered whether an employer is under a duty to supply a reference.
Employment Law Update, autumn 2014: legislative changes — flexible working; mandatory early conciliation; and more download
This Employment Law Update outlines the latest legislative changes. These follow the trend of recent years to extend family-friendly rights and employee protection.