ONE DAY OUT – BUT STILL TOO LATE: WEBINAR ON SERVICE OF THE CLAIM FORM CASES IN 2022: 14th OCTOBER 2022: “RELIANCE ON NON-COMPLIANT SERVICE IS NOT ONE OF THE INSTANCES OF OPPORTUNISM DEPRECATED BY THE COURTS”

This webinar is of interest to all litigators.  It covers recent cases where there have been issues relating to the claim form. These cases involve litigation at every level, including the Court of Appeal, the Administrative Court, the High Court and County Court.  Cases with a value of millions have come to grief.

” … reliance on non-compliant service is not one of the instances of opportunism deprecated by the courts” (Good Law Project, R -v- The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care [2022] EWCA Civ 35.

This webinar “One Day Out” but still too late: Cases on Service of the Claim form in 2022  examines the key cases this year and what litigators should learn from them. It then looks at the causes of the errors made and provides guidance on avoiding problems with service.

Booking details are available here.

 

Cases to be looked at include:-

  • Lonsdale & Ors v Wedlake Bell Llp & Ors [2022]
  • Walton v Pickerings Solicitors & Anor [2022]
  • ST v BAI (SA) Trading As Brittany Ferries [2022]
  • Pitalia & Anor v NHS Commissioning Board [2022]
  • Qatar Investment and Project Development Holding Company & Anor v Phoenix Ancient Art SA (Rev1) [2022]
  • The Good Law Project, R (On the Application Of) v The Secretary of State for Health And Social Care [2022]
  • Citysprint UK Ltd v Barts Health NHS Trust [2021]
  • Ellis -v- The Chief Constable of Avon & Somerset
  • Joe Macari Servicing Ltd v Chequered Flag International Inc
  • Ideal Shopping Direct Ltd & Ors v Mastercard Incorporated & Ors [2022]
  • Kelly v Ralli Ltd [2022]
  • Thurrock Council v Stokes & Ors [2022]