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Cases Ted Loveday

Active Media Services Inc v Burmester, Duncker & Joly Gmbh & Co KG and others

Judgment Date: 09 Feb 2021

Mr Justice Calver has dismissed a claim in the Commercial Court worth over US$3 million relating to financing of an animated film. The case raised interesting issues relating to election, waiver and estoppel, and the inferences to be drawn from a party’s deliberate destruction and concealment of evidence.

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Funding Secure Ltd v Matthew Green (2019)

Judgment Date: 29 Jan 2019

The claimant peer-to-peer lender succeeded in claims against the defendant borrower for deceit and breach of contract, and in debt.

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(1) David Ashdown (2) James Pugh (3) Alex Furness-Smith v John Patrick Griffin & 5 Ors (2018)

Judgment Date: 30 Jul 2018

Although company shareholders who had sought relief under an unfair prejudice petition had established that there had been some unfairly prejudicial conduct and had obtained an order that the respondent should purchase their shares, the shares were valued as being worthless so the petitioners had been the unsuccessful parties for costs purposes. The point of establishing unfairly prejudicial conduct was not to establish the point for its own sake, but to enable petitioners to realise their shares for more than a nominal amount.

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