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19 July - Joanna Corbett-Simmons

The Court of Appeal, in Lillo Sciortino v Marc Beaumont [2021][1], recently clarified the issue as to the date upon which a cause of action accrues in negligence when a... Read More

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28 June - Chris Cope

The Admissions and Licensing Committee (ALC) allowed audit registration to continue for our client (JA) despite previous unsatisfactory visits due to exceptional circumstances. We look at the case here and... Read More

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25 June - Chris Cope

We look at a case that involved historic audit complaints and managed to avoid exclusion for our client (NA) who received a severe reprimand and fine. Read More

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16 June - Matthew Corrie

A word of warning if you are an accountant thinking of appealing to the ICAEW's Appeal Committee. In a recent case a member ended up facing increased penalties and a... Read More

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14 June - Chris Cope

Evidence provided during a disciplinary committee hearing could pave the way for potential ACCA reinstatement to the Student Register. We look at the details of the case here. Read More

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11 June - Rhian Davies

Our experts take a look at a High Court case where it was held that a junior lender was prevented from challenging the scope of a senior lender's security under... Read More

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29 April - Felicity Rowan

The judgment in the recent high court case of Jackson v Ayles and another [2021] EWHC 995 (Ch) (23 April 2021) is a stark reminder how easy it can be... Read More

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22 April - Richard Humphreys

Examining Court of Appeal judgments give an insight into mortgage broker and customer relations and the duty of the broker. Read More

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14 April - Chris Cope

In a recent ACCA disciplinary hearing, Blake Morgan's Chris Cope successfully represented a defendant who had previously failed to disclose cyber harassment convictions when they first registered with the ACCA... Read More

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24 March - Jodie Grove

The Court of Protection has ruled that a Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) can administer a COVID-19 vaccination in the best interests of someone despite objections from the man's father. Read More

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24 February - Paula Kathrens

It has taken almost five years of high profile litigation but the Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the earlier decisions of the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and Court of... Read More

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28 January - Richard M Jones

We look at a recent case that determines if remote assessments by Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHP) are lawful under the Mental Health Act (MHA). Read More