Category: Case Study

Barristers Solicitors Court Litigation UK Unfair Contract Terms

Glaser KC v Atay: Consumer Rights over Unfair Terms in Direct Access Counsel Contracts

The ruling in Glaser KC & Miller v Atay [2023] EWHC 2539 (KB) affects individuals who have instructed direct access barristers and had to pay fixed fees even if a trial did not go ahead. The judge’s verdict rendered this inherently unfair term effectively null and void with no quantum meruit fallback.

Court Judgment Highlights Rules Regarding Claim Form Service

The case of Dr Markus Boettcher v (Xio (UK) LLP & Ors [2023] EWHC 801 (Comm) (05 April 2023) recently had an interim judgment decided by the Commercial Court.

maxim moskalev wins UK legal case Moskalev v Yanishevskiy (BR-2020-000554) Solicitors London

Client Case Study: Moskalev wins against Yanishevskiy for improper Statutory Demand

The Respondent to an application to set aside a statutory demand must bear the costs of the application, even if they withdrew the demand shortly after the application was filed.