The wonderful spring sunshine may have left us temporarily but to brighten your day we have the latest edition of ATEMatters from Legal Protection Group. As always our esteemed colleague, Professor David Chalk, has given us the benefit of his views on all the latest judgments and decisions affecting the world of litigation.
This month we start things off with an interesting case looking at alleged fraud and the setting aside of a trial outcome followed by a judgment by Sir Rupert Jackson himself involving a contract dispute. For those of you involved with CFA work, the decision on Butler v Bankside is worth noting and we round things off with a couple of cases from the world of clinical negligence litigation which some of your colleagues may be interested in
As always we hope you enjoy this edition of ATEMatters and we always welcome your thoughts and feedback.
ATEMatters April 2019