Just one year on from being one of only 11% of law firms in the country to be awarded the Lexcel accreditation, JMP Solicitors sailed through the onsite re-assessment. The Law Society assessor remarked: “The firm has succeeded in implementing the high standards...
Reproduced: PRESS SUMMARY Network Rail Infrastructure Limited (Appellant) v Stephen Williams and Robin Waistell (Respondents)  EWCA Civ XXX On appeal from: Mr Recorder Grubb sitting in the Cardiff County Court, Cases Nos. B2OYX969 and B34YJ849 JUDGES: Sir...
Network Rail have admitted to their failings in dealing with this pernicious weed and the injunction we brought to make them deal with the problem has been agreed with by the Court of Appeal. What does it mean? This is a significant case for local authorities,...
Landmark Japanese Knotweed case reaches the Court of Appeal The Court of Appeal has today concluded its two day Hearing following a claim by a home owner against Network Rail following an alleged failure to treat and prevent Japanese Knotweed from damaging his...
Williams v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd The Williams case was successful at trial and is already considered a landmark case. Network Rail appealed and the High Court accepted that it was important enough to justify leapfrogging it straight to the Court of Appeal....
JMP Solicitors won a court ruling on Japanese Knotweed which could pave the way for home owners to get compensation from Network Rail, local authorities and other major landowners. It follows a David and Goliath battle by two nextdoor neighbours who took on Network...
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