PLC Nov 21 -Experts

03 December

In November’s PLC column Lee Finch considers Lee Finch considers the issue of expert evidence in the light of an increasing number of attempts by claimants against financial institutions to bolster even modest claims with such evidence.


PLC Oct 21 – Rescission of a Loan

26 October

In October’s PLC column Ruth Bala considers the mechanics of rescinding a loan, taking into account the recent decision on quantum in Wood v Commercial First Business Ltd (dissolved) & ors [2021] EWHC 1403 (Ch)


PLC Sep 21 – Goodinson and Default Notices

30 September

In September’s PLC column Thomas Samuels considers the recent case of Goodinson v PRA Group (UK) Ltd [2021] EWCA Civ 957 concerning the evidential value of reconstituted default notices.


PLC Jun 21 – By Way of Business

30 June

In June’s PLC column, Lee Finch considers the “by way of business” following the recent decision in Jackson v Ayles and another [2021] EWHC 995 (Ch).  


PLC Aug 21 – Solar Panel Mis-selling

07 September

In August’s PLC column, Sabrina Goodchild considers the recent solar panel ‘mis-selling’ case of Hodgson v Creation Consumer Finance Ltd [2021] EWHC 2167 (Comm), which concerned alleged misrepresentation and sections 56 and 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974.


PLC May 21 – Broker Commission post-Pengelly and Wood

29 May

In May’s PLC column, Ruth Bala considers how to defend broker secret commission claims following the recent decision in Wood v Commercial First Business Ltd & ors and Business Mortgage Finance 4 plc v Pengelly [2021] EWCA Civ 471.


PLC Apr 21: Canada Square v Potter – section 32 Limitation Act 1980

05 May

In April’s PLC column, Sabrina Goodchild considers the recent decision in Canada Square Operations Ltd v Potter [2021] EWCA Civ 339


PLC Mar 21: ‘Gertner’ and Tomlin Orders

08 April

In March’s PLC column, Thom Samuels considers the recent case of CFL Finance Ltd v Gertner [2021] EWCA Civ 228 and its implications for Tomlin Orders.


PLC Feb 2021: Consumer Credit Exemptions

07 March

In February’s column, Lee Finch considers the consumer credit exemptions in Articles 60C to 60H of the Regulated Activities Order 2001, focusing on the most commonly used exemptions and potential developments on the horizon.


PLC Jan 21: Judicial Reviews of FOS

01 February

In January’s PLC column, Ruth Bala considers applications for judicial review of FOS decisions, following the applicant’s recent success in R (on the application of TF Global Markets (UK) Ltd, t/a Thinkmarkets) v Financial Ombudsman Service Ltd & ors [2020] EWHC 3178 (Admin).