14th October, 2014

Case Review - Winrow v Hemphill

Case Review - Winrow v Hemphill [2014] EWHC 3164

Applicable Law and Rome II:

The interpretation of 'habitual residence', and whether a claim is 'manifestly more closely connected' to another country.

Ian Denham

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