This appeal concerns the tort of private nuisance (a civil wrong) in the context of a major oil spill. The question at issue is whether there is a continuing private nuisance and hence a continuing cause of action. This is
On appeal from:  EWCA Civ 2026
This appeal arose out of a contractual dispute between Ukraine and the Law Debenture Trust Corporation plc (“the Trustee”), acting on behalf of the Russian Federation (“Russia”).
In 2013, Ukraine issued Eurobonds (“the
On appeal from  EWCA Civ 1521
The Appellant (“Blacks”) rented commercial retail premises from the Respondent (“S&H”) under two successive leases dated 2013 and 2018 (the “leases”). The leases stated that S&H as landlord should provide a certificate each
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On Wednesday 11 January the Court will hand-down judgment in McCue (as guardian for Andrew McCue) (AP) v Glasgow City Council (Scotland)  UKSC 1, on appeal
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Candey Ltd, the appellant, acted as a solicitor for Peak Inns & Resorts Ltd (“PHRL”) between April 2014 and March 2016 in respect of worldwide litigation and numerous different issues. One such matter was an motion within the Excessive Courtroom
On Wednesday 14th December the Supreme Courtroom will hand down judgment within the case of DB Symmetry Ltd and one other v Swindon Borough Councilon enchantment from  EWCA Civ 1331. The Courtroom was requested to contemplate whether
On this publish, Mathew Buy KC of Matrix Chambers previews the forthcoming judgment within the case of R (Day) v Shropshire Council, on attraction from  EWCA Civ 1751.
Shrewsbury City Council owned a plot of land which was
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