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Property lawyers – take note of Griffiths v TUI UK Ltd regarding judicial evaluation of uncontroverted expert evidence

10th November 2020

Property lawyers – take note of Griffiths v TUI UK Ltd regarding judicial evaluation of uncontroverted expert evidence

The High Court appeal in Griffiths v TUI UK Ltd [2020] EWHC 2268 handed down in August 2020 has been much remarked on by personal injury lawyers, but the decision is also of interest for cases in the business and property courts.

Click below to watch Andy Creer and Emily Betts provide a summary.

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The High Court appeal in Griffiths v TUI UK Ltd [2020] EWHC 2268 handed down in August 2020 has been much remarked on by personal injury lawyers, but the decision is also of interest for cases in the business and property courts.

Click below to watch Andy Creer and Emily Betts provide a summary.

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