In Howlett -v- Davies the Court of Appeal considered, for the first time, the proper approach to issues of fundamental dishonesty.
This is a crucial decision for claimants and defendants.
John McQuater will guide you through all the facts including:
- What is fundamental dishonesty?
- What, if anything, has to be pleaded in the defence?
- What, if anything, has to be put to the claimants at trial?
- What amounts to an allegation and what is a mere insinuation?
- Professional obligations
- Part 36