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COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL LOSS CLAIMS - How to Effectively Use Remedial Platforms

Fully updated for 2018 to include all major statutory and case law developments | Interactive program based on tested litigation scenarios | Delegates will receive a detailed Europa Law Analysis Pack & structured advice outlines for all case studies| 6 CPD Points.

Presenter; Graeme Wood. See biography HERE

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This program will provide a through overview and analysis of the routes which are available in English law to recover financial losses caused by breach of legal duty. The session is based on a series of case studies which will test the application of the latest rules in context. Coverage will include analysis of contractual, tortious, equitable and other mechanisms to recover financial losses.

Example areas covered during the program

  • Financial losses occurring before formal contracts are concluded
  • Collateral contracts and financial loss
  • Equitable mechanisms including unjust enrichment claims
  • Recovery of future speculative financial loss including lost profits in contract
  • Distinguishing different types of financial loss claim; consequential financial loss, relational financial loss and pure financial loss
  • The various criteria that apply for the making of claims for these types of financial loss
  • The application of the rules on financial loss in cases of property damage and damage to financial interests
  • The distinction between damage and latent defects in property devaluation litigation
  • An analysis of key concepts used in non-contractual financial loss litigation such as proximity and assumption of responsibility
  • The limits of consequential economic loss recognised by the English courts
  • The interface between claims for financial loss in contract and those outside of contract – concurrent financial claims in contract and tort–when are they available?
  • Analysis and discussion of recent case law including Smeaton v Equifax; St John Poulton’s TIB v Ministry of Defence

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