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The doctrine of undue influence enables a court to intervene to prevent abuse where a relationship exists between two parties with ‘trust and confidence, reliance, dependence or vulnerability on the one hand, and ascendancy, domination or control on the other’.
Walker Morris’ employment law tracker highlights recent and forthcoming key legislative changes...
Also: spouses’ rights, and the meaning of ’acting by the receivers’.
The dangers of working at heights download
There has been a raft of recent cases where the Health and Safety Executive has successfully prosecuted individuals and firms who have permitted staff and others to suffer injury while working at height.
Guidelines for lawyers have been issued in response to increasing numbers of individuals representing themselves in court. Rebecca Courtney explains how the guidelines can help to ensure the smooth running of cases involving litigants in person.
Walker Morris’s Gwendoline Davies explains a recent case in which the High Court demonstrated a modern and commercial approach to the rule against maintenance and champerty.
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 (the Act) brings an extensive overhaul to the consumer law regime in the UK.
The boom, bust and claim cycle could soon be repeated, sparking a rise in surveyors’ negligence cases. What lessons can be learned?
A windfall win and a warning download
Court will not tolerate opportunistic attempts to capitalise on another’s trivial breach.
Limiting a planning permission download
…and the role of conditions...