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The complainant’s daughter was employed by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) and was a member of the LGPS.
The Supreme Court has denied lenders a claim for equitable compensation for a solicitors’ breach of trust that exceeds that of the actual loss caused.
The banking litigation team has been named Law Firm of the Year by Mortgage Finance Gazette in recognition of its investment in its specialist legal expertise.
Breaking news... EAT confirms holiday pay must include overtime payments — what should employers do? download
The EAT has held that holiday pay should include non-compulsory and non-guaranteed overtime payments. This is a decision with huge implications for employers.
Malcolm Simpson, head of the international group at Walker Morris, is set to join the 25-strong line-up of judges for The Lawyer European Awards 2015.
This is a cautionary tale for lenders to take care that their rights under an ‘all monies’ clause are not lost when enforcement action is taken against individual security in separate actions.
In the recent case of West v Ian Finlay & Associates, the Court of Appeal found that net contribution clauses ‘are by no means unusual’.
In Bluewater Energy Services BV v Mercon Steel Structures BV and others, the parties to a subcontract agreed LDs in connection with a key personnel clause.
In Richmond Pharmacology Ltd v Chester Overseas Ltd, Chester held 44 per cent of the shares in Richmond.
In Shafi v Rutherford, the Court of Appeal considered the completion accounts clause in a share purchase agreement, by which the final consideration was to be determined.
Access to the register of members download
Under section 116 of the Companies Act 2006, any person may request a copy of the company’s register or part of it.
Mis-selling of interest rate swaps download
The drop in interest rates that accompanied the downturn in 2008 left many borrowers confronted with much higher-than-expected payments to lenders.
The Irish Supreme Court has ruled that a letter of demand that overstates the amount due from the borrower, is nonetheless a valid letter of demand.
The answer was ‘no’ in Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Europe v BAE Systems. However, parties should not take this decision as a green light to refuse to mediate.
The Supreme Court has published its final decision in the North East Property Buyers litigation that has provided crucial clarity on priority interests in land.
The UK Supreme Court has published its final decision in the North East Property Buyers litigation case, in which Walker Morris represented one of the lenders.
The Company Names Tribunal was set up to adjudicate disputes arising under section 69(1) of the Companies Act 2006.
When a court assesses the amount of costs payable by one party in litigation proceedings to another, the costs may be assessed on either a standard basis or an indemnity basis.
Rights of a subrogated creditor download
Subrogation is a remedy allowing a party to step into the shoes of another party assuming the benefit of any rights that second party may have in relation to a liability.
Intellectual property disputes involving retailers and fashion are all too common; another one to have troubled the courts in recent months is Thomas Pink v Victoria’s Secret UK.