The Supreme Court Decision in AIG v Woodman & Ors, re: Aggregation in the Solicitors’ Minimum Terms and Conditions

March 22, 2017

The Supreme Court’s decision in this case has again changed the landscape on aggregation, albeit largely reverting to the position prior to Teare J’s judgment.  No longer do transactions have to be interdependent to be related or to have an intrinsic connection.  What is required is “some inter-connection” in the light of all of the facts, a test which will be broader than interdependence and, probably, than intrinsic connection.

Read Spike Charlwood and Jake Coleman’s article here:

Supreme Court decision in AIG re aggregation – Hailsham Chambers