Part 45 and issue based costs Orders

Long term readers of this blog, will know that I tend to place articles I write…

The mailbox rule

It is frequently the case in credit hire litigation, that an issue arises as to whether…

Comparators considered part 3

Our consideration now turns to the second of the two appeals in the conjoined cases of…

Comparators considered part 2

The decisions in McBride v UK Insurance and Clayton v EUI Limited [2017] EWCA Civ 144 in…

Comparators considered part 1

Last month saw the handing down of judgment in the conjoined appeals of McBride v UK Insurance…

No insurance ? No MOT ? No problem in 2017?

The common law on the doctrine of illegality as a defence to liability in its various forms changed…

Return to the CMA: this time its personal

Anyone who undertakes work in the field of credit hire will be well aware of the…

Out with the old, in with the new

One of the more boutique areas of my work in credit hire litigation has involved drafting…

Set off, cross claims and costs

Road traffic accident claims, often involve claims by both parties (or more than two parties) that…

Brexit means Brexit

One of the practical aspects of Brexit will be the effect the departure of the United…