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Reliance in deceit and claim for “transferred loss” in sale of goods contract
Added: 16.04.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law
On 9 April 2019, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in a sale of goods case that (a) seeks to provide clarity on the test for reliance in deceit claims, and (b) considers (and rejects) a “transferred loss” argument where the claimant sought to recover losses suffered by a third party.
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“I must put it to you that…”: The EAT reminds us (again) that an alleged perpetrator needs to have a chance to answer an allegation of victimisation
Added: 09.04.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  On Employment
In North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust v Rice [2019] UKEAT 0152_18_3001 (30 January 2019 (“Rice”): Choudhury P, an NHS trust (“the Trust”) appealed against an ET decision upholding Mr Rice’s claim that a grievance he had brought had been rejected for the purpose of penalising him for his trade union activities.
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Club Academy Disputes
Added: 08.04.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
John Mehrzad, the Head of the Sports Law Group at Littleton, speaks with David Winnie, solicitor at Charles Douglas solicitors and former professional footballer and manager, about academy players, compensation and dispute resolution.
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Ed Kemp on Private International Law in BVI
Added: 08.04.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  International & Offshore
In September 2018, the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court - Court of Appeal (BVI) handed down an important judgment on the principles applicable to the stay of proceedings on the ground of forum non conveniens in Livingston Properties Equities Inc and others v. JSC MCC Eurochem and others BVIHCMAP 2016/0042.
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Littleton’s Guide to FA Rule K Arbitration: Step 2 – Commencing the Arbitration
Added: 26.03.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Sports Law
The previous instalment of this step-by-step guide to conducting FA Rule K Arbitration looked at pre-action matters, jurisdiction challenges and injunctive relief. This instalment looks briefly at how a party brings a claim under Rule K, and considers what might be done by a party in its Notice of Arbitration so as to speed up or slow down the process.
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