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Mek Mesfin considers the case of ICCT v Pinto [2019] 4 WLUK 289

News | 24th Apr 2019

ICCT v Pinto [2019] 4 WLUK 289 Pursuant to an oral contract Mr Pinto engaged ICCT to perform works to seal leaks in his basement. ICCT performed the works. Mr Pinto alleged that the works were defective and refused payment. ICCT alleged that Mr Pinto, by his actions, had terminated the contract. The parties fell […]

Clarification of the appropriate test for causation in insurance brokers’ negligence cases

News | 5th Oct 2018

The Hon Mr Justice Butcher, sitting in the Commercial Court, has given welcome clarification of the appropriate test for causation in insurance brokers’ negligence cases in the recent decision of Dalamd v Butterworth Spengler [2018] EWHC 2558 (Comm). Butcher J has confirmed that a Court should decide on the balance of probabilities the causation issue […]

Mek Mesfin is successful in Adjudication enforcement in the TCC

News | 20th Apr 2017

In Willmott Partnership Homes Ltd v Bethel Retirement Villages – Herne Bay Court Ltd (2017) TCC, Mr Justice Fraser reiterated the well-known principle that absent a valid complaint regarding an adjudicator’s jurisdiction or the occurrence of a material breach of natural justice, an adjudicator’s decision will be enforced. The Claimant (WPHL) had been contracted by […]


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