Dispute Resolution

8th January 2020

Legal Update | Wood v Commercial First Business Ltd (In Liquidation) [2019] EWHC 2205 (Ch)

The High Court has recently considered whether a deed could be considered ‘validly executed’ by an individual where the witness had signed the deed at some point subsequent…

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29th October 2019

Landlords unsuccessfully challenge Debenhams CVA

Discovery (Northampton) ltd and others v Debenhams Retail ltd and others [2019] EWHC 2441 (ch) A Creditors Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) is a contractual mechanism by which a company…

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11th October 2019

Chambers UK Results

Ellisons Solicitors celebrates another year of great results released this week within the Chambers and Partners 2020 directory. Ellisons received notable mentions within seven practice areas: Corporate and…

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3rd October 2019

Ellisons Solicitors’ commitment to client service propels the firm in this year’s Legal 500

We have received a raft of recommendations in this year’s Legal 500, including the highly-regarded Tier 1 ranking for our immigration and commercial property departments. The firm received…

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1st April 2019

Further duties on property agents as from 1 April 2019

From 1st April 2019, all property agents holding client money must be a registered member of an approved or designated client money protection scheme (CMPS) and must: display…

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8th February 2019

Can an insolvent company refer a monetary dispute to adjudication?

In 2018, the Technology and Construction Court concluded in Michael J Lonsdale (Electrical) Limited v Bresco Electrical Services Limited, that an insolvent company cannot refer a monetary dispute to…

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19th December 2018

What can the Insurance Industry expect from the Civil Liability Bill?

In a direct attempt to drive down the growing volume of whiplash related claims, the House of Commons have voted in favour of the Civil Liability Bill on…

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13th July 2018

Tenant Fees Ban Update

What is it for? The Tenant Fees Bill (the ‘Bill’) is aimed at banning fees or other charges paid by tenants in England and applies to both landlords…

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20th June 2018

Emergency Injunction obtained within 48 hours

Our Dispute Resolution department has recently assisted an East Anglian based local authority to obtain an injunction under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 within 48…

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22nd February 2018

Bringing Warranty Claims: The Importance of Adhering to Notice Provisions

Parties that have recently entered into or are entering into share purchase agreements (“SPA”) or asset purchase agreements (“APA”) should ensure they become familiar with the notice provisions…

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