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Lawyers Falling Out: Who Can Sue for What?

In a world where it sometimes seems that everyone sues everyone else sooner or later Simon Wilton reflects on the decision in McFarland-Cruickshanks v England Kerr Hands Solicitors Ltd (t/a England Kerr Hands) and asks what potential there is for lawyers to sue each other when litigation on which they are jointly embarked fails.

You can read the full case note here.

 

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