The (Rebuttable) Presumption of Honesty

October 8, 2021

When determining causation, will a court always presume that a claimant would have behaved honestly? Nicola Campbell-Clause considers the decision in Brearley & Ors v Higgs & Co [2021] EWHC 2635 (Ch), in which Michael Pooles QC appeared for the successful defendant.

You can read the full case note here, and the judgment can be accessed here.

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