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The Legal 500 EMEA 2017 - Leading Firm

The Legal 500 EMEA 2017 - Leading Firm

The Legal 500 EMEA 2016 - Leading Firm

The Legal 500 EMEA 2016 - Leading Firm

Case reviews

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17 November 2017
The Supreme Court found that the date on which the Statute of Limitations begins to run, in property damage claims, founded on the tort of negligence, is the date upon which the damage was manifest and was capable of being discovered by a plaintiff.
9 August 2017
Jamie Moon v Katie Catley provides a further reminder to defendant insurers of the need to fully set out their position within Stage 2 of the claims process, ensuring that they detail their position and provide supporting evidence. This is to help prevent themselves falling short, as the matter proceeds to Stage 3.
16 June 2017
The Irish Supreme Court upholds the efficacy of a liability disclaimer made by a sales agent in a commercial property sales brochure in defeating a claim of negligent misstatement.
8 June 2017
In a decision which will be greatly welcomed by Irish motor insurers, Ireland’s Supreme Court has overturned the Court of Appeal’s decision in finding the state funded Insurance Compensation Fund (ICF) rather than the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) will now have to cover the costs of claims arising from the collapse of Setanta Insurance Company Limited (Setanta).
18 May 2017
Soon after its bird-strike decision, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued yet another decision regarding the interpretation of EU Regulation 261/2004 that deals with the rights of passengers in cases of cancellation, delay and denied boarding.
10 May 2017
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled in Marcela Pešková & Jiří Peška v Travel Service [04.05.17] that, in the context of EC Regulation 261/2004 (the Regulation), a collision between an aircraft and a bird is an “extraordinary circumstance”, which may exempt the carrier from its obligation to pay compensation.
27 September 2016
TalkTalk unsuccessfully appealed against a fixed monetary penalty notice of £1,000, for failing to notify the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) of a personal data breach within 24 hours of detection of the breach, as required by the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (PECR) and the Notification Regulation (611/2013).
3 June 2016
A feature of enforcement claims by banks in recent years has been defaulting borrowers trying to turn the tables on the lenders by commencing their own claims against them in an effort to avoid judgments or force settlements.
16 May 2016
European Court of Justice (ECJ) decides that claims handling services provided by Polish outsourcing company are not exempt from VAT; decision may have considerable consequences for insurers and outsourcing companies.
10 May 2016
The High Court has recently rendered an interesting judgment in a case which has implications for claims for compensation under Regulation 261/2004. The Court found that Regulation 261/2004 did not apply where passengers did not have a confirmed reservation when they presented for check-in.
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