Dispute Resolution


Case study: the unpredictability of mediation outcomes

By Senior Lawyer, Peter Kaye In this case, the presence of a skilled mediator was crucial but the success hinged on strategic negotiations and persuas...

Fraudulent trading, wrongful trading, now “misfeasance trading” – Lessons to be learned from the trial of the former BHS directors

By Associate, Manisha Modasia Last week, on 11 June 2024, the High Court handed down the judgment in...

Kuits welcome new Head of Property Litigation

Manchester commercial law firm, Kuits Solicitors, is delighted to welcome Christian Eagle to the tea...

To injunct or not to injunct, that is (sometimes) the question a lender must ask

By Senior Associate, Daniel Adcock-Kirsh Kuits recently acted for a lender against a borrower who ha...

Refusing to mediate could cost you

By Solicitor, Callum Duff. Conway v Conway and Another (Rev1) [2024] EW Misc 19 (CC) is a yet anothe...

Sales and Purchase Agreement

When is notice of a claim under a SPA sufficient?

Nichola Evans, Partner The Court of Appeal recently overturned the decision of the High Court on whe...

Good news for lenders following the Court of Appeal decision in Waller-Edwards v One Savings Bank Plc [2024] EWCA Civ 302

Senior Associate, Daniel Adcock-Kirsh discusses below. The Court of Appeal has provided welcome clar...

Read the terms and conditions, it could be your unlucky day!

Parker-Grennan v Camelot UK Lotteries Limited ([2024] EWCA Civ 185) is a recent case which allowed t...

Avoiding a petition for unfair prejudice – the conduct within your company

Solicitor, Callum Duff explains the examples of conduct that may give rise to an unfair prejudice pe...

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