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Can mental health support teams help with the surge in demand for services within UK schools?

Can mental health support teams help with the surge in demand for services within UK schools?

Schools will soon begin piloting a scheme that will see support teams work with children in a bid to address concerns surrounding mental health in you ...

D&O and FI Newsletter - May 2019

D&O and FI Newsletter - May 2019

 DAC Beachcroft's D&O and FI newsletter features topical issues for our global clients and contacts.   Court of Appeal rejects novel arguments ...

Overseas Production Orders – UK law enforcement agencies have new powers to compel disclosure of electronic data stored abroad (well, not quite yet)

Overseas Production Orders – UK law enforcement agencies have new powers to compel disclosure of electronic data stored abroad (well, not quite yet)

On 12 February 2019, the Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Act 2019 came into force.  Its aim is to assist law enforcement agencies speed up the proc ...

Court of Appeal rejects novel arguments raised by banking customer in mis-selling litigation against bank

Court of Appeal rejects novel arguments raised by banking customer in mis-selling litigation against bank

The recent Court of Appeal decision in Elite Property Holdings Ltd & Another v Barclays Bank Plc is another instance of the court refusing to ente ...

Class Actions in the English Courts - Update

Class Actions in the English Courts - Update

There have been two interesting recent decisions in the English courts which cast an interesting light on the English judiciary’s approach to collecti ...

Construction Risk Newsletter - May 2019

Construction Risk Newsletter - May 2019

Since our last edition, there has been some useful and relevant precedent set down by the various Courts.  In particular the Courts have sought to gra ...

Liquidated Damages post termination

Liquidated Damages post termination

In 2012, TPT a supplier of software used in commodities trading was engaged by PTT, a commodities trader, to provide a new software system for trading ...

What constitutes “Practical Completion” considered in (1) Mears Ltd v Costplan Services (South East) Ltd and others; and (2) University of Warwick v Balfour Beatty

What constitutes “Practical Completion” considered in (1) Mears Ltd v Costplan Services (South East) Ltd and others; and (2) University of Warwick v Balfour Beatty

A fundamental but often overlooked principle of any agreement relating to works is what constitutes “practical completion”. Most standard forms fail t ...

Challenging the jurisdiction of an adjudicator – update

Challenging the jurisdiction of an adjudicator – update

The case of Hitachi Zosen Inova AG v John Sisk & Son Ltd, has provided clarification when challenging the jurisdiction of an adjudicator, where it ...

Risk of dissipation – upheld as a principle for granting a stay of execution

Risk of dissipation – upheld as a principle for granting a stay of execution

The recent Court of Appeal decision in Gosvenor London Ltd v Aygun Aluminium UK Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 2695 has upheld the first instance decision which ...