Welcome to the August edition of The Round-Up!
This month, Matthew Winn-Smith considers the Supreme Court decision in Coventry v Lawrence  UKSC 50 , on the specific issue of whether CFA’s breach human rights.
Richard Menzies discusses the Court of Appeal decision in Billett v MoD  EWCA Civ 773, a case in which, for the first time, the court considered the applicability of the Ogden Tables to the assessment of loss of earning capacity.
We are reminded that “we should be careful who we trust” as Elizabeth Dwomoh focuses on the Court of Appeal decision in Wishart v Credit and Mercantile Plc  EWCA Civ 655.
Finally, Clive Blackwood considers the case of Flanagan v Liontrust Investment Partners LLP and Others  EWHC 2171, in which the High Court addresses the question of whether the common law contractual doctrine of repudiatory breach apply to LLP Agreements.