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December 2015

This month, Winston Jacob provides a synopsis of the Supreme Court’s decision in Marks and Spencer v BNP Paribas [2015] UKSC 72 where the Supreme Court has laid down guiding principles in implying contractual terms.

Jane Clifton analyses  the recent case of Chinnock v Wasbrough [2015] EWCA Civ 441, which deals with limitation in a personal injury/professional negligence context.

Dr Tim Sampson discusses his recent case in the Court of Justice: Sun Mark Ltd and Bulldog Energy Drink Ltd the other party/parties to the proceedings being Red Bull GmbH  dealing with standing to bring appeals from the General Court.

Finally, on an application under s. 168, CLARA 2002, is it open to a First-Tier Tribunal (‘FTT’) to consider the consequences of its determination?  Rahul Varma provides the answer in his analysis of the decision of the First-tier Tribunal in Vine Housing Co-operative Limited v Smith [2015] UKUT (LC).


The Round-up 2015