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Jack Macaulay successfully defeats novel limitation argument

News | 27th Jul 2016

A recent TCC decision provides clarity that a claim issued in time will not subsequently become time-barred if an amendment to the claim form, after expiry of the limitation period, requires that a higher court fee be paid. On 21st July 2016 the TCC (Roger ter Haar QC, sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge) […]

Jack Macaulay secures exceptions to the QOCS regime

News | 12th Jan 2016

Jack Macaulay appeared for the successful Defendant in a costs dispute following the discontinuance of a fast track personal injury claim. The Claimant was a child who had been involved in a minor road traffic accident. 18 months after the accident he brought a claim for personal injuries, acting via his mother and litigation friend. […]

Smith v UKPN – Michael Kent QC and Jack Macaulay represent victims of fire damage in the TCC

News | 20th Sep 2012

On 17th September 2012 Akenhead J handed down judgment in Smith and others v UK Power Networks, a major series of Technology and Construction Court test cases determining the liability of the electricity distribution industry for fires caused by overheating mains cut-out fuses. The Defendants were responsible for the safety of the electricity distribution network […]

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