9 November 2021 - Written by Philip Turton
On 3 November 2021 the newly appointed Ritchie J handed down his judgment in Haggerty-Garton v ICI  EWHC 2924 (QB), a mesothelioma case brought in the High Court but, pursuant to a consent order agreed between the First Claimant and the Defendant, ...
In Scarborough College Ltd v Winter  EWHC 1549 (QB), the High Court considered an appeal by a Defendant against the decision of a Master to enter judgment under CPR PD3D (the show cause procedure). The appeal was dismissed. Cavanagh J held that Jud...
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