CONSEQUENTIAL ISSUES AFTER JUDGMENT IS HANDED DOWN: NO TIME TO START ACTING UP

CONSEQUENTIAL ISSUES AFTER JUDGMENT IS HANDED DOWN: NO TIME TO START ACTING UP

The judgment of Mr Justice Foxton in Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Ltd & Ors v Tughans (a firm) [2022] EWHC 2825 (Comm)  shows considerable concern about the way in which parties are attempting to deal with issues following the…

PROVING THINGS 242: A SOLICITOR'S SHORTHAND NOTE OF WHAT HAPPENED IN THE MAGISTRATES' COURT IS NOT GOING TO CARRY ANY WEIGHT AT ALL

PROVING THINGS 242: A SOLICITOR’S SHORTHAND NOTE OF WHAT HAPPENED IN THE MAGISTRATES’ COURT IS NOT GOING TO CARRY ANY WEIGHT AT ALL

The judgment of Mr Justice Garnham in Correia v Williams [2022] EWHC 2824 (KB),  was looked at yesterday on this blog. The judgment also contains an interesting approach to civil evidence at trial. The claimant’s solicitor prepared a witness statement annexing her…