Hello and Welcome to the May edition of the Round-Up!
Richard discusses the potential implications of communicating with the court during litigation without letting the other side know in light of the case of Zuma’s Choice Pet Product -v- Azumi  EWCA Civ 2133
Napier explores the duty of care an employer has when an employee gets injured at a staff party in reference to the case of Shelbourne -v- Cancer Research UK
Tim analyses public virtue and public goods in regards to cases of Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd v Keast  UKUT 116 and EE Ltd v Mayor and Burgesses of the London Borough of Islington  UKUT.
Adam explains how the strict rules of finality do not always apply when a party seeks to set aside a judgement obtain by fraud in light of the case Takhar v Gracefield Developments Limited  UKSC 13.
Barbara discusses proselytising in the workplace in light of the case of Kuteh v Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust  EWCA Civ 818.