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All lawyers are taught that the rule created by the 1868 case of Rylands v Fletcher imposes strictliability for the foreseeable consequences of a landowner’s failure to control the risk that something which he brings onto, collects or keeps on his land may escape and cause damage to adjoining land.
Our litigation partner, Paul Gordon advises on the change to the Equality Act 2010 that came into force today.
A million dollar case, brought under the Sale of Goods Act, raised some interesting points to consider when drafting payment terms and ‘no set-off’ clauses.
Boundary disputes can be a nightmare for all concerned. In this article, our experienced litigation partner Paul Gordon reviews a case where the judge helpfully summarised some of the legal principles that will apply in resolving such disputes.
Willans LLP solicitors, acted on behalf of Total Ltd. assisting them to successfully resist an appeal to the High Court in respect of the ‘youview’ brand.
Willans host meet the new partners event
Green leases – time to take notice
Leading employment lawyer joins Willans
The paperless trail - document management in the digital age
Top commercial property lawyer arrives at Willans
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