Category Fundamental Dishonesty

CIVIL LITIGATION REVIEW OF 2016: PROMISCUOUS BUNDLES & THAT CRAZY LITTLE THING CALLED PROPORTIONALITY

This is the third annual review of the year on this blog. 2016, as ever, has been an interesting year.  As ever, a comprehensive review can be found in Herbert Smith Freehills A litigator’s yearbook: 2016 (England and Wales). PREDICTIONS FROM LAST YEAR Proportionality will remain a big (and largely unresolved) issue. The meaning of […]

FUNDAMENTAL DISHONESTY FINDING SET ASIDE ON APPEAL

The judgment of His Honour Judge Hodge QC in Meadows -v- La Tasca Restaurants Limited [2016]EW Misc B28 (CC) (16 June 2016)  is now available on Bailli.  It contains some important observations about findings of fundamental dishonesty. “In my judgment, the inconsistencies and curiosities highlighted by the judge did not entitle him to go further […]