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July 2014

In this issue Adam Swirsky examines the recent ECJ decision in the case of Lock -v- British Gas Trading Limited, concerning the calculation of an employee’s holiday pay where part their salary was made up of commission.

Emily Davies draws our attention to the decision of the Court of Appeal in Wall v. Mutuelle de Poitiers Assurances, where the Court of Appeal considered the approach to be taken by English courts to expert evidence and the assessment of damages under Council Regulation 864/2007 (“Rome II”).

David Willink comments on the decision of the High Court in Best v Chief Land Registrar, a case dealing with a claim for adverse possession based on a criminal trespass.

Finally Elizabeth Dwomoh focuses on the case of Scotland and another v British Credit Trust Ltd, concerning the issue of “unfair relationships” and deemed agency under the Consumer Credit Act 1974.


The Round-up 2014