“One client states that they were impressed by the "determination, dedication and support" of the professional negligence team.”
“Blake Morgan are super-efficient, they get to the heart of matters very quickly and they are able to distil lots of information into what is relevant and what isn't”
The Blake Morgan Professional Negligence team has a highly impressive track record of settling and winning disputes involving a wide range of professionals that includes:
In short, the professional negligence team has extensive experience in dealing with disputes against any professional advisor and is recognised in leading publications for its expertise in this field.
The team acts for a diverse range of clients that include claimant individuals, businesses and not for profit organisations.
Notable examples of the professional negligence team's successful cases include:
“They are efficient and always keen to go through various options. They really deliver.”
“Blake Morgan has a wealth of experience in Court. ”
“Blake Morgan LLP is increasingly active in claims regarding financial mis-selling and inadequate advice.”
In this recent decision, the Supreme Court considered the proper approach to the quantum of damages in professional negligence refinance cases.
PWC have been in the spotlight recently in relation to Colonial Bank's $2.3bn fraud. PWC acted as independent auditor for Colonial BancGroup ("CBG"), the parent company of Alabama based Colonial Bank...
Click here to read our update on the professional negligence judgments that have been delivered to the courts so far this year.
A summary of recent cases on Professional Negligence for the second quarter of 2016.
When assessing damages in personal injury and clinical negligence claims future losses need to be taken into consideration. Our article explains how the discount rate works when making a claim.
The Court of Appeal has recently assessed the applicable measure of damages where the claimants had taken steps to mitigate their loss.
The recent High Court case of Chief Land Registrar v Caffrey & Co deals with the duty of care owed by a firm of solicitors dealing with a property transaction.
The appeal dealt with whether the Professional Conduct Committee had wrongly found that the registrant's conduct amounted to unacceptable professional conduct.