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Collective Actions in the Supreme Court
The big news from today’s UK Supreme Court collective action decision in Mastercard v Merricks  UKSC 51 is not only that Mr Merricks won and defeated the appeal, but that the Supreme Court approached the issues in a far more claimant-friendly way than even the Court of Appeal had done. The headlines are that,… Continue reading
Collective (in)action? The CAT’s recent judgments on collective proceedings orders
At first glance, two recent judgments from the CAT may give the impression that the new UK class action regime is dead in the water. However, on closer inspection there is much in these judgments that prospective claimants will welcome. The first decision was in the Pride mobility scooters case (see Tom Coates’ blog here).… Continue reading
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