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It was sufficient for a law firm to show that it had lost out on a single instruction in order to demonstrate that it had suffered "serious harm" that had "caused or is likely to cause … serious financial loss", the High Court has ruled. 23 Sep 2015
Milton Keynes Council is expected to have to pay damages to a business that lost out on a contract the local authority tendered, the High Court in London has said. 31 Jul 2015
An airline was entitled to claim some of the costs of leasing new aircraft from a manufacturer that breached a contract to supply seats, the commercial court has ruled. However, it could not recover the full cost as it had entered into a longer lease than... 21 May 2015
FOCUS: Companies can find themselves the subject of protests which cause costly damage, but can they sue protesters? The Supreme Court has laid out some of the logic it would use to rule on a claim, though it did not find a charity liable in this case. 09 Mar 2015
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