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22 September - Sarah Rees

Sarah Rees and Natalie Powers of Blake Morgan look at the findings of Moulder J in a recent application in PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov and others [2020] EWHC 2437 (Comm). Read More

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17 September - David Moore

The High Court has this week (Tuesday 15 September 2020) handed down judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) business interruption insurance test case, which will no doubt be of... Read More

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19 August - Matthew Corrie

The High Court dismissed an appeal against sanction in respect of a doctor who had been suspended for nine months with a review following two separate findings of dishonest conduct. Read More

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14 July - Susie Dryden

Our experts examine a case that looks at contractual termination rights and the implied term of good faith. Mr Justice Pepperall handed down judgment recently in Essex County Council v... Read More

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13 July - James Danks

The suspension of Dr Awan has been upheld following an appeal by the General Medical Council ('GMC') of a decision of the Medical Practitioner's Tribunal. The appeal case reiterates that... Read More

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6 July - Matthew Corrie

Last week's ruling sets out the principles to apply in applications to extend interim orders and serves as a warning that interim orders will not be extended without good reason.... Read More

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7 February - Erina Kourtis

In the case of Mayor and Burgess of the London Borough of Bromley v Persons Unknown and others [2020] EWCA Civ 12 ("the Bromley Case"), the Court of Appeal held... Read More

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5 December - Rhian Davies

Our professional negligence experts take a look at an appeal from the Supreme Court and what you can take away from it. The case: Edwards on behalf of the Estate of... Read More

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2 October - Emily De La Ronde-Wilton

A national health trust (and incumbent provider of the services being procured) ("the Trust") challenged a contracting authority's contract award decision. The Trust had decided not to bid for the... Read More

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20 September - Emily De La Ronde-Wilton

An Italian court requested a preliminary reference ruling from the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") around the meaning of the "grave professional misconduct" discretionary exclusion, pursuant to Directive 2004/18. In... Read More

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11 July

The Court of Appeal held that negative (as opposed to positive) interest was not payable on cash collateral posted under the 1995 Credit Support Annex (CSA) to an International Swaps... Read More

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13 June - Justin Weare

Blake Morgan acted in the recent Court of Appeal case of Potamianos.  In its judgment, the Court of Appeal provided guidance as to the circumstances in which, in the context... Read More