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    Bailee in Possession & Credit Hire

    It is quite common for a person driving someone else's vehicle to be involved in a road traffic accident. Obvious examples ...

    Credit Hire & Illegality

    In almost every credit hire case, the defence will plead “ex turpi causa non oritur action”. This translates into English as ...

    The next potential technological reforms in English Civil litigation: The Vos reforms?

    I am inspired to write this article, as the various technological evolution continues to take place, particularly in ...

    An Update on Majid Ali v HSF Logistics Polska SP Zoo ([2023] EWHC 2159 (KB))

    This was a high court case in which judgment was given on the 29th of August 2023. It is a binding court decision. The case ...

    Belsner v Cam Legal Services

    The result of a new hearing of Belsner v Cam Legal Services on 11 July 2022, which centres on the issue of informed consent ...

    What will the introduction of the new Fixed Costs Regime mean for solicitors and clients?

    The starting point is of course always the Rules themselves – these are set out in terms of inter-partiesrecovery in the new ...

    The Implications of Humayum Hussain v Eui Ltd

    Claims for credit hire for taxi drivers has always been a contentious issue between claimant solicitors and insurance ...

    Bailee in Posession & Credit Hire

    Introduction It is quite common for a person driving someone else's vehicle to be involved in a road traffic accident. ...

    Quantifying Whiplash and Non-Whiplash injuries together after 31 May 2021

    HASSAM, LADITAN, RABOT & BRIGGS – Quantifying Whiplash and Non-Whiplash injuries together after the 31 May 2021 Whiplash ...

    Past Consideration & Credit Hire

    Past consideration arguments in credit hire involves an everyday and common situation. In this situation, the claimant ...

    Does Mehmood v AIG Europe Ltd and Simpson [2023] EW Misc 1 (CC) make any difference to taxi credit hire claims?

    I would not normally write an article on a non-binding credit hire decision but I will make an exception in the case of ...

    The Implications of Copley v Lawn

    Julia Copley v Kenneth Lawn Ian Maden v D. Haller [2009] EWCA Civ 580 (thereafter referred to as “Copley v Lawn”) was a ...