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CDR Magazine provide an update on the legal action against Tesco by their shareholders
Paul Brehony and William Gow of Stewarts Law consider the pendulum of case law in contractual interpretation.
Two recent cases confirm the court's jurisdiction to order the disclosure of the identity of commercial third party litigation funders
Darren Kidd reviews a recent Court of Appeal decision that means insolvency practitioners should think twice before instructing solicitors.
In theory group litigation orders corral claimants into one easy-to-manage group. In practice this is often somewhat different. Fiona Gillett and Tom Otter outline some group litigation order lessons from recent RBS Rights Issue litigation
The recent case of Lemos v Lemos and Church Bay Trust Company Ltd highlights both the difficulties and advantages for a claimant of using the Chabra jurisdiction to gather information about the assets of non-parties.
Stewarts Law has been nominated in two categories at the 2017 Legal Business awards, including Law Firm of the Year.
In a world of WikiLeaks, the "snooper's charter" and blackmailing email hackers, can anyone keep anything confidential anymore? ask Keith Thomas and Elaina Bailes in an article in The Times
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