Monthly Archives: February 2020


Resiling from an Admission – A Case Review

Published: 27/02/2020 | News

Fraser v London Borough of Brent Counsel Carwyn Cox, instructed by Kennedys Solicitors,  successfully acted for a local authority in their application to resile from an admission of liability in a case heard in Medway County Court on 25th February 2020, arising from a tripping accident that took place on 4th June 2016. The case […]

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The Reasonable Driver v. The Ideal Driver

Published: 26/02/2020 | News

Lee Evans of Farrar’s Building successfully represented a Defendant driver in a liability trial at Central London County Court last week. The key issues were: An elderly pedestrian stepped from the pavement and into the carriageway from between parked cars.  The Defendant driver saw the Claimant step from the pavement and move between the parked […]

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Robert Golin in “Round 3” of Injunction Proceedings

Published: 11/02/2020 | News

Robert Golin has appeared again for CPA Consulting Ltd in relation to SV Croydon Ltd’s renewed application for permission to appeal. In terms of background, at a hearing in March 2019, Her Honour Judge Barber sitting in the Insolvency and Companies Court, refused SVC’s application for an injunction to restrain CPA from applying for SVC to be wound up. In the […]

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Aidan O’Brien successfully resists credit hire appeal – Putta v Royal Sun Alliance [2020] EWHC 117 (QB), heard on 28 January 2020, before Mr Justice Stewart

Published: 06/02/2020 | News, Newsletters

Aidan O’Brien was recently instructed on behalf of the Respondent to resist an appeal, in a claim involving £26,290 of credit hire charges. Facts: The Claimant was a self-employed PCO-licenced taxi driver.  On 27 May 2016, his Mercedes E220 was damaged in an accident and was temporarily unroadworthy. The Claimant subsequently hired a replacement credit […]

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