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Croft Solicitors appearing in the Supreme Court

Croft Solicitors are representing clients in the much publicised Supreme Court appeal concerning Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. The Government is appealing the High Court Judgment of Lord Chief...

Juncker Challenge

Croft Solicitors have been instructed by Fair Deal for Expats, to challenge the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker's, ban on negotiations between the Commission and the UK government...

New Rules on Rejecting Goods

The rules regarding when you can reject goods have never been that clear. The new Consumer Rights Act 2015 has, to a large extent, simplified the rules which are now...

Custodial sentence for contempt of Court

A Chief Executive and President of a defendant company in Commercial Court proceedings has been sentenced to an immediate and lengthy prison sentence of 18 months. The sanction of committal...

Restrictive Covenants which require consent

We are delighted that an article on this subject, written by Jonathan Kenwright of Croft Solicitors, and Andrew Francis, a barrister at Serle Court, was included in an edition of...

With friends like these, who needs enemies?

Professionals take note! The recent case of Burgess and another v Lejonvarn [2016] EWHC 40, in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) is a cautionary tale for all professionals who sometimes...

Varying contracts by email

The High Court has considered a number of issues in the recent case of C&S Associates UK Ltd v Enterprise Insurance Company plc [2015] EWHC 3757, including varying contractual terms...