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September 2017

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Hello and Welcome to the September edition of the Round-Up!

This Month Lawrence Caun considers whether Barclays bank is vicariously liable for alleged sexual assaults in light of Various Claimants v Barclays Bank PLC [2017] EWHC 1929 (QB).

Matthew Winn-Smith explores the importance of putting matters to witnesses and the practical implications of this in light of Chen v Ng (British Virgin Islands) [2017] UKPC 27.

David Sawtell discusses the effect of an exclusion clause on a claim based on reliance losses.

Finally Tim Simpson explores the high court’s judgement in relation to Technomed Ltd. v Bluecrest Health Screening Ltd & Express Diagnostic Ltd. t/a Cardio Analytics [2017] EWHC 2142.


The Round-up 2017