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The rights and wrongs of expert evidence

Oliver Radley Gardner KC has produced a paper on 'The rights and wrongs of expert evidence'.

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Building Safety Act - New Jurisdiction and Powers

Paul Letman and Julia Petrenko have produced an updated article on the Building Safety Act 2022. The Building Safety Act (‘BSA’), as is well known now, was granted Royal Assent and passed into law at 13.38pm on 28 April 2022. The Act which was first introduced as a Bill to Parliament on 5 July 2021, is a central element of the Government’s response to the Grenfell disaster of 14 June 2017.


The cross-class cram down, and the third-party guarantor

Greville Healey has written an article for the Woodfall and Landlord and Tenant Bulletin which considers the impact of cross-class cram-downs on landlords, and guarantors, and in particular the recent case of Oceanfill Limited v Nuffield Health Wellbeing Limited, Cannons Group Limited [2022].


Some Philosophical Fun

A few years ago Jonathan Gaunt QC gave a lecture in the Blundell series on Estoppel by Convention, the paper can be viewed below.


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