RELIEF FROM SANCTIONS REFUSED: TRIAL BUNDLES, LATE WITNESS STATEMENTS AND LATE DISCLOSURE: CASES NEED TO BE PREPARED PROPERLY

RELIEF FROM SANCTIONS REFUSED: TRIAL BUNDLES, LATE WITNESS STATEMENTS AND LATE DISCLOSURE: CASES NEED TO BE PREPARED PROPERLY

I am grateful to my colleague Eleanor Temple for sending me a copy of the decision of HHJ-Davis-White KC in the case of Ball -v- Ball (11th October 2022), a copy of the judgment is available here Ball v Ball…

PRACTICE NOTE ON DISCLOSURE IN THE INSOLVENCY AND COMPANIES LIST - PART 8 CLAIMS

PRACTICE NOTE ON DISCLOSURE IN THE INSOLVENCY AND COMPANIES LIST – PART 8 CLAIMS

Chief Insolvency and Companies Court Judge Briggs issued a Practice Note on Disclosure in the Insolvency and Companies List on the 6th October 2022. It deals with issues relating to disclosure and Part 8 claims.  Part 8 claims are not…

THE COURT WILL NOT READILY RE-OPEN THE AMBIT OF ELECTRONIC DISCLOSURE: DECISION OF THE COMPETITION TRIBUNAL

THE COURT WILL NOT READILY RE-OPEN THE AMBIT OF ELECTRONIC DISCLOSURE: DECISION OF THE COMPETITION TRIBUNAL

I am grateful to Aidan Robertson KC for sending me a copy of the decision of  the Competition Appeal Tribunal, Mr Justice Marcus Smith,  in Sportradar AG -v- Football Dataco Limited [2022] CAT 37 a copy of which can be…

FAILURES ON DISCLOSURE LEAD TO TWO YEAR ADJOURNMENT OF TRIAL DATE (AND INDEMNITY COSTS)

FAILURES ON DISCLOSURE LEAD TO TWO YEAR ADJOURNMENT OF TRIAL DATE (AND INDEMNITY COSTS)

We looked earlier at the decision in  Cabo Concepts Ltd v MGA Entertainment (UK) Ltd & Anor [2022] EWHC 2024 (Pat) Mrs Justice Joanna Smith, on the issue of costs.  That costs decision arose because of major failings by the…