De Sena v Notaro: The family, the demerger and the expert who wasn’t an expert

June 3, 2020

In this note, Tom Stafford examines the recent case of De Sena v Notaro [2020] EWHC 1031 (Ch). This case involved claims of undue influence and professional negligence arising out of the demerger of a family company. The parties’ expert evidence received scathing treatment by the court, and the judgment provides a useful reminder of the type of mistakes litigants ought to avoid when instructing experts and putting questions to them.

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