This is the leading authority on the issue of the defence of insanity and whether the insane owe a duty of care in law and to what standard. I was led in this case by Richard Spearman Q.C. and the Court consisted of Arden, Rafferty and Vos LJJ.
The case can be viewed here: https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/dunnage-v-randall-uk-insurance-ltd.pdf
This is the leading authority on the issue of the applicability of excess waivers and the assessment of the rate of basic hire in the credit hire litigation. I was led by Richard Spearman Q.C. and the Court consisted of Flaux LJ, Sir Timothy Lloyd, Sir Stanley Burnton. The case can be viewed here:
This is the leading authority on the issue of the assessment of general damages by a corporate claimant in the context of a credit hire claim. I was led by Mark Turner Q.C. and the Court consisted of Sir Mark Potter, Dyson, Maurice Kay LLJ. The case can be viewed here:
This is a decision concerning the provision of security for costs in a long running commercial dispute. The case also concerned various unreported instances of multiple continuous freezing injunctions and passport impoundment orders being made.
This is a decision concerning the application of the doctrine of ex turpi causa (illegality) to a credit hire claim where a motorist had failed to insure his accident damaged motor car.
This is a decision concerning the making of offers of settlement in the context of a copyright dispute. Scott Baker and Neuberger LLJ. gave judgment on the issue of costs and HHJ Fysh Q.C. judgment on the copyright claim.
This is a decision of Mr. Justice Teare concerning the issue of a party seeking to adduce fresh expert evidence where she was dissatisfied with her expert following a joint discussion.
This was a decision of Mr. Justice Henriques initially granting an injunction against Take a Break Magazine in breach of a House of Lords order.
This was a rather amusing decision of Mr. Justice Blackburn granting an injunction against various Defendants who impersonated the 1970s disco group The Village People.