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The upcoming 2nd edition of Disclosure of Information: Norwich Pharmacal and Related Principles is a practical guide to this important and distinctive power of disclosure.  Simon Bushel and Gary Milner-Moore, detail the existing requirements for a successful application. Addressing the English law position and its use in international jurisdictions which have broadly adopted it, alongside the use of it in jurisdictions where it has evolved.

Fraud and Breach of Warranty: Buyers’ Claims’ and Sellers’ Defences provides a practitioner’s guide to claims of fraud and breach of warranty, that are common following the purchase of a business. This forthcoming title offers specialist advice from a leading commercial QC with extensive experience in the field.

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Disclosure of Information: Norwich Pharmacal and Related Principles

Disclosure of Information: Norwich Pharmacal and Related Principles offers clear and concise procedural guidance and comprehensive legal analysis of the key ingredients of the jurisdiction dealing with: · Wrongdoing · Involvement · Necessity · Discretion and scope of relief It is the only book available that deals solely with this important and distinctive power of disclosure developed (and continuing to develop) in the English Courts. This new Second Edition updates... Read more

Fraud and Breach of Warranty

Claims of fraud and breach of warranty are common following the purchase of a business. They often mix tort and breach of contract and may involve specialist aspects such as notification provisions and escrow mechanisms. This new title provides a practitioner’s guide to claims of fraud and breach of warranty from a leading commercial QC with great experience in this field. Key questions to be considered include: 1. When can... Read more