The blog is by David Green of 12 King’s Bench Walk.
Cranston J refused permission to appeal against Dingemans J’s judgment in Marshall v the MIB, Pickard and others  EWHC 3421 (QB) on an important point of construction of Article 4 of the Rome II Regulations. Continue reading “Pickard v Marshall, the MIB and others  EWCA Civ 17 – Rome II and manifestly closer connections”
This case concerned allegations of historic sexual abuse against three claimants who at the time of the alleged abuse were children living in Uganda. The preliminary issue before the court was a matter of applicable law: whether the Ugandan limitation period applied so that the claim was statue barred. Continue reading “KXL (1) NXR (2) MXD (3) v Nicholas Murphy (1) The Society of Missionaries of Africa (“The White Fathers”) (2)  EWHC 3102 (QB) – Applicable law and foreign limitation periods”
This case comment is by Patrick Vincent of 12 King’s Bench Walk.
The recent decision of the Supreme Court in Moreno has cleared up one – but only one – of the difficulties created by the complicated and fragmented way in which the legislature has attempted to implement the requirements of the EU Motor Insurance Directives. Continue reading “Moreno v MIB  UKSC 52 – Applicable law, 4th Motor Insurance Directive, MIB”