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July’s PLC Column: Contracting Out of the CCA

30 July

In July’s Practical Law lending column, James Ross discusses parties’ ability to contract out of the CCA in light of Carney v N M Rothschild & Sons Ltd [2018] EWHC 958 (Comm). Read the column here.


‘Playboy Club’: No Tortious Duty to Undisclosed Principal

27 July

Yesterday the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Banca Nazionale del Lavoro v Playboy Club London ([2018] UKSC 43). The claim related to a reference provided by the Defendant bank in relation to a high net worth individual for a line of credit to gamble at the Claimant’s club. The reference was obtained by […]


The Breaching Limits on Ticket Sales Regs 2018

20 July

Alison Lambert considers the scope and implications of the new Breaching Limits on Ticket Sales Regulations 2018 in an article which may be viewed here.