Loss of Chance – What if the Third Party Gives Evidence?

15 July 2019

When assessing what a third party would have done in certain circumstances, the court will typically consider the position on a loss of chance basis. However, what happens where that third party gives evidence at the trial? This issue recently arose in Moda International Brands Limited v Gateley.

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Supreme Court takes chance to clarify law on loss of chance

18 March 2019

In Perry v Raleys Solicitors the Supreme Court has provided important guidance on how “loss of chance” professional negligence cases should be approached.

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Buyer’s solicitor beware

12 June 2018

We now live in a world where identify theft is commonplace and fraudsters are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their pursuit of unsuspecting victims as modern technology helps to facilitate their dastardly deeds. The recent cases of Dreamvar (UK) Ltd v Mishcon de Reya (Dreamvar) and P&P Property Ltd v Owen White and Catlin LLP (P&P) […]

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