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A recent study conducted by Wolverhampton University has shed light on the growing level of claims and commercial activity around insolvency litigation in the UK. The report shows that there has been a 50% increase in the value of insolvency claims in the past five years. This large increase can mainly be attributed to 2012’s Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders ACT (also referred to as the LASPO act), after which lawyers success fees under a conditional fee arrangement and any after the event (ATE) insurance premiums were no longer recoverable from the defendant.

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Manchester United and England footballing legend David Beckham, also famous for being married to former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, is facing a trademark infringement dispute with Italian professional football club Inter Milan.

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An apparently mundane car part, the gearbox, is at the centre of a legal dispute involving a very rare - and very expensive – Ferrari

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London’s Court of Appeal has ruled that a judge in a recent libel claim had ‘seriously transgressed’ the fundamental principle of neutrality and had ‘bullied’ a Litigant in Person (‘LIP’) whilst they were giving evidence at trial.

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Commercial layers and economists from a number of European nations have recently signed an open letter urging caution with regard to proposed reforms in the current EU laws governing competition.

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A recent judgement has seen a costs penalty of £80,000 imposed on the Ministry of Defence (MOD) following concerns over disclosure of information as part of a contract dispute case.

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A Cheshire couple are taking legal action against the company behind the UK’s £56 billion HS2 railway expansion project, claiming that their home – which is set to be acquired by HS2 via a compulsory purchase order – is worth far more than HS2 have offered them.

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Epic Games, makers of the hugely popular online computer game ‘Fortnite’ are taking legal action against the organisers of a UK ‘live experience’ event that was based on the game.

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Having de-listed from the Australian Stock Exchange and joined AIM last month, Australian litigation funder Litigation Capital Management Limited (LCM) is a new name in the UK’s burgeoning third party litigation funding market.

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