Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 - the end of fault based divorce is in sight
In the case of Simmons & Simmons LLP v Charles Hickox  EWHC 2141 (QB), the High Court has held that a defendant who applies for summary judgment on a point of law which he knows, or ought to have known, was not justified should pay the costs of the application on the indemnity basis.
In the case of Conductive Inkjet Technology Ltd v Uni-Pixel Displays Inc  EWHC 2968 (Ch), the High Court has found that, for the purposes of establishing whether the English court has jurisdiction, a contract was formed in two different jurisdictions.
In a recent blog, Interest rate swaps: Potential Causes of Action in Misselling Claims, we detailed the recent case of Green v Royal Bank of Scotland Plc (commonly referred to as the Green and Rowley case), a case involving Mr Rowley, a hotelier and property developer, and his business partner Mr Green, a residential lettings agent, and their claim against RBS for an interest rate swap agreement which was sold to them in 2005.
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