Insights Events Processing and Filtering Electronic Documents 24 April 2018. In this seminar, Michael Wheater will review the law relating to the processing of data, demystify the jargon and discuss the various methods of reducing the data including keyword and other types of search; date ranges, and custodians. Upcoming Events > Articles Lifting the interim moratorium: a new insight 23 April 2018. Alaric Watson discusses TST Millbank LLC & another v Resolution Real Estate Ltd. Shifting Liabilities to Landlords in the course of restructuring: Wright and Rowley v Prudential Assurance Company Limited  EWHC 402 Ch 17 April 2018. Jonathan Titmuss looks at a recent case concerning the way in which liabilities under a lease are to be dealt with during a restructuring/insolvency process. The continued importance of the rule in Henderson v Henderson (Churchil Ltd v The Open College Network South Eastern Region) 04 April 2018. Dispute Resolution analysis: This decision of Nicklin J illustrates the ongoing and increased importance of the now 175-year old decision of Sir James Wigram VC in Henderson v Henderson 3 Hare 100. See all articles > Newsletters Property Newsletter: April 2018 18 April 2018. Property Newsletter: April 2018 Property Newsletter: March 2018 20 March 2018. Property Newsletter: March 2018 Professional Negligence Newsletter: February 2018 20 February 2018. Professional Negligence Newsletter: February 2018 See all newsletters > Case Reports Case Report: Cowley Property Investments Ltd v Oxford Karting Ltd, involving the Oxford Stadium. 16 April 2018. Andy Creer reports on a recent case: Q: What is in evidence? A: Anything in the trial bundle by virtue of 32PD§27 – but you may not be allowed to rely upon it. Haberdashers’ Aske’s Federation Trust Ltd & Ors v Lakehouse Contracts Ltd & Ors  EWHC 558 (TCC) 05 April 2018. Case comment from the Hardwicke Construction Team. M Hart Construction Limited & Anor v Ideal Response Group Limited  EWHC 314 (TCC) 19 March 2018. How accurate must a notice of intention to refer a dispute to adjudication be, before its inaccuracy can give rise to a jurisdictional challenge? The TCC has recently given helpful guidance to construction practitioners on the matter. See all case reports > If you can't find what you are looking for try our site search.