Case Studies

Not guilty – Client accused of permitting the use of a vehicle without insurance and speeding

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Blake Morgan successfully advised a client accused of permitting the use of a vehicle without insurance and speeding. More …

Case dropped – Client fails to receive speeding notice

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Blake Morgan successfully advised a client on receiving a speeding notice and the case was dropped. More …

High Court rules on application for permission for collateral use of disclosed documents

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In a judgment dated 9 November 2018, the High Court has provided a helpful reminder of the meaning of 'use' in the context of CPR 31.22(1) (the rule providing that a party to whom a document has been disclosed may use the document only for the purpose of the proceedings in which it is disclosed). More …

London Underground procurement challenge hits the buffers

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A High Court judge has granted London Underground permission to enter into "distinctively prestigious" contracts with Siemens for the introduction of new London Underground trains despite an on-going challenge by some of the unsuccessful bidders. The judge decided that there was a strong public interest in introducing the new trains as soon as possible and that to do otherwise was likely to cause years of further delays to a project which had already faced several delays. More …

Raychaudhuri v GMC and PSA [2018] EWCA Civ 2027

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Court of Appeal confirms the Medical Practitioners Tribunal findings that a doctor had not acted dishonestly. More …