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#SerleShare - The use and abuse of unfair prejudice petitions: lessons from Loveridge v Loveridge

"The unfair prejudice jurisdiction is flexible, but its tensile strength is not unlimited. The Loveridge decisions have been a stress test and will doubtless be a reference point for practitioners involved in bringing and defending petitions in the future."

In this SerleShare, Lance Ashworth QC and Andrew Gurr consider the lessons from the Court of Appeal's decisions in Loveridge v Loveridge ([2020] EWCA Civ 1104 and [2021] EWCA Civ 1697). Lance appeared with Dan McCourt Fritz for the successful appellants on both occasions. 

To view the SerleShare please click here.