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Background and implications of the Wright v Troy Lucas & Rusz case

26th September 2019

The Hardwicke Podcast

Colm Nugent explains the background and implications of the Wright v Troy Lucas & Rusz case in discussion with Laurence Page. This podcast covers the:

  • facts of the underlying case
  • role of a McKenzie friend
  • duties of McKenzie friends and the degree to which they are subject to scrutiny
  • what is being done to alter the legal position regarding McKenzie friends

Case citations

  • Wright v Troy Lucas & George Rusz [2019] EWHC 1098 (QB)
  • Freeman v Marshall & Co [1966] EGD 695

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Colm Nugent explains the background and implications of the Wright v Troy Lucas & Rusz case in discussion with Laurence Page. This podcast covers the:

  • facts of the underlying case
  • role of a McKenzie friend
  • duties of McKenzie friends and the degree to which they are subject to scrutiny
  • what is being done to alter the legal position regarding McKenzie friends
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