A collections of our opinions and comments on current legal issues that affect businesses and individual clients.
The Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) recently published a blog entitled, How the CMA investigates cartels. This explains what the CMA frequently does as part of its evidence-gathering process, including, for example, undertaking covert surveillance, or executing dawn raids. This is a good read for solicitors and other practitioners undertaking work in this area, […]
As of 1 October 2019, there have been further amendments made to certain provisions within the Civil Procedure Rules (“CPR”) which have now come into force including: costs budgeting
Eldwick Law were recently instructed by the Defendants in a claim brought by Energie Direct Franchising Limited, the operating company for national fitness chain Fit4Less.
Disclosure is deemed to be a great safeguard of the fair and just civil procedure as its concept serves to preserve documents related to a dispute in order to be produced at any stage of the proceedings until those come to an end
90 years later cannabis in the form of Cannabidiol, also known as CBD has become legalised since 1 November 2018. The turning point that outraged the public and commanded change
A conditional fee agreement (“CFA”) expressly formalises the no-win no-fee arrangement between a client and a solicitor. An important clause in the CFA is what it means to ‘win’.
Liberty Partnership Limited (formerly known as Tancreds Limited) v Geoffrey Douglas Tancred (1) Gillian Mary Tancred (2)  EWHC 2707 (Comm) The High Court has held
The seller of an Old Master painting was entitled to inspect letters between Sotheby’s, one of the world’s largest art auction house, and two art experts regarding the authenticity