Hello and Welcome to the March edition of the Round-Up!
David analyses the importance of a statement of truth in light of the case of Liverpool Victoria Insurance Company Ltd –v- Zafar  EWCA Civ 392.
Barbara discusses the ‘Right to Rent’ Scheme in relation to the case of R (Joint council for the Welfare of Immigrants) v Secretary of State for the Home Department v Residential Landlords Association, Equality and Human Rights Commissions, Liberty  EWHC (Admin), 1 March 2019.
Napier explains the issue of ‘expert shopping’ in clinical negligence in the case of Bowman –v- Thomson (2019) EWHC 269 (QB).
Dominic highlights the leading authority for extended civil restraint order in regards to the case of Sartipy (aka Hamila Sartipy) –v- Tigris Industries Inc.  EWCA Civ 225.