Monthly Archives: June 2017

FRAUD – NO FREE PASS FOR GETTING JUDGMENT SET ASIDE

By Bronia Hartley   Takhar v Gracefield Developments Ltd & Ors [2017] EWCA Civ 147 Headline: In applying for judgment to be set aside on the basis of fraud, a party must establish that the evidence of fraud was not available at the time of the trial and could not have been discovered with reasonable […]

ADVICE FROM THE TOP…UPCOMING TALKS WITH MEDICAL EXPERTS

By Catherine Duffy   Following the success of our recent talk ‘Cancer, Causation and the Courts’ with Consultant Oncologist Andrew Proctor and speakers Gordon Exall and Helen Rutherford, our series of talks showcasing medical experts continues. Venue: Radisson Hotel, No.1 The Light, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 8TL                 […]