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We are equally at home in the Employment Tribunal, the High Court and in arbitration. Our lawyers have particular experience in dealing with cross-border litigation, working on a number of the most important cases in this area in recent years.

We recognise that our clients – whether claimants or defendants - want more than legal expertise alone: they also demand dedicated trusted advisors who will work tirelessly to provide a strategic focus and deliver the best commercial outcomes.

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Expert Witnesses

16 March 2017

This guide provides a general introduction to the use of experts in court proceedings. The rules governing expert evidence are found in Part 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules, Practice Direction 35, the Court Guides and the Guidance for Instruction of Experts in Civil Claims published by the Civil Justice Council. This guidance will highlight the main points you need to know, consider issues often encountered and offer some practical tips.

Court considers service of a defendant’s notice to force claimant to serve proceedings or discontinue a claim

14 February 2017

A recent decision not only reminds practitioners of a defendant’s ability to force a claimant to either serve proceedings or discontinue a claim by using a CPR 7.7(1) notice, but also considers for the first time the date for compliance with such a notice.

Legal advice privilege: Not as wide as you think?

08 February 2017

Who is a lawyer’s client and what type of communications are protected for the purposes of legal advice privilege have been the subject of two recent important High Court decisions. These cases make it clear that not all communications between lawyers and a client’s employees will be protected by legal advice privilege, even if the communication took place to allow legal advice to be given.

Does a solicitor own the goodwill associated with their own name?

01 February 2017

In (1) Juthika Bhayani and (2) Bhayani Law Limited v Taylor Bracewell LLP this question was considered by the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court.

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