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12th November, 2013

Jackson ‘bites’: Brian McCluggage strikes out £230,000 special damages claim on the basis of the revised Overriding Objective and CPR 3.9.

In Ozbay & Ozbay v. Jack Richards Haulage Limited, Brian McCluggage acting for the Defendant obtained an order in the Bow County Court that the Claimants’ entire special damage claim totalling £230,000 be struck out for breach of court directions. Mr. McCluggage was instructed by Liane Atcheson of Berrymans Lace Mawer LLP, Birmingham.

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