Legal case studies

Acted for a housing developer on a land purchase structured in an unusual and inventive way

Posted by Christopher Jones on September 11 2015 in Banking & finance

Our Banking & Finance team acted for a housing developer on a land purchase that had to be structured in an unusual and inventive way. Our client (the “Purchaser”) entered into a land purchase contract in 2010 that obliged it to purchase land from a company (the “Seller”) in three phases; two phases had been completed already and the third constituted our transaction.

Disputes are no game

Posted by Nathan Talbott on June 17 2015 in Digital gaming

Our client’s position was that the deliverables worked on the representative hardware, whereas the development company said that when the software was used on the hardware at their office, there were coding errors.

Wrong chemotherapy drug led to death

Posted by Jeanette Whyman on June 8 2015 in Compensation claims, Medical negligence

Mr G had been treated at two NHS hospitals, neither of which had explained to Mr G or his wife that Bleomycin was a high risk drug with potentially severe side effects, one of which is Bleomycin Lung Toxicity, an uncommon but known respiratory complication of the drug. After the death of Mr G, his widow asked us to represent her in a claim for medical negligence against the hospital which treated her husband.