Return to the CMA: this time its personal

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

Set off, cross claims and costs

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

Credit hire and company cars

As has been observed elsewhere, the role of credit hire cars in the late twentieth century…

Seminars and lectures

Each year, I give a number of seminars to the profession. I speak at the Ropewalk…

Part 36 problems

In the view of many lawyers, part 36 is one of the most tricky and technical…

Reform of section 147 Road Traffic Act 1988 and delivery of insurance certificates

Section 147 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 has been heavily amended by section 9 and…

Non party costs applications and credit hire companies

An important issue in credit hire litigation if a claim fails, is the extent to which…

Fraud, findings and credit hire

Its always a pleasure to go to the Court of Appeal. The judges are bright, focused…

Taxis, taxi drivers and credit hire claims

How quickly the weeks fly by. Since my return from a brief break in late May,…

Credit hire and bailees in possession

One of the issues that frequently arises in credit hire claims, is the accident which takes…