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Court of Appeal assesses swap mis-selling complaint under FCA DISP

The Court of Appeal recently analysed a swap mis-selling complaint submitted by the Claimant under the FCA Dispute Resolution scheme (“DISP”), which complaint would stop time running for the purposes of a making a complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (“FOS”).

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Damages Based Agreements: Permission to appeal to Supreme Court refused in landmark DBAs case

In Shaista Zuberi v Lexlaw Limited [2021] EWCA Civ 16, the Court of Appeal has refused the appellant permission to appeal to the Supreme Court. This is a welcome and important judgment for lawyers and clients equally as it provides some much needed judicial clarity on the effect of termination in respect of DBAs in litigation matters

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Damages Based Agreements: Court of Appeal upholds enforceability of DBAs in the event of termination

The landmark Court of Appeal judgment in Shaista Zuberi v Lexlaw Limited [2021] EWCA Civ 16 makes clear that termination fees are not caught by the DBA Regulations and any DBA including termination clauses is enforceable. The judgment paves the way for DBAs to flourish and enhances access to justice.

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Peril of leaving (ineffective) service of litigation claim form to the last minute

Summary of the Court of Appeal judgment in case of Woodward & anor. v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited in which Lexlaw represented the Appellants in place of their former solicitors, Collyer Bristow.

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Court of Appeal Decision: Mobilx, Blue Sphere, Calltel

Court of Appeal in conjoined appeal cases of Mobilx, Blue Sphere Global and Calltel upholds previous lower court decisions and provides new guidance on the ‘Kittel’ test. The approved judgement is…