Brownlie v Four Seasons (No. 2): A Binding Decision on the Meaning of the Tort Jurisdiction Gateway, For Now
Carin Hunt’s article titled ‘Brownlie v Four Seasons (No. 2): A Binding Decision on the Meaning of the Tort Jurisdiction Gateway, For Now’ has been published in the New Law Journal.
On 29 July 2020 the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in Brownlie (No. 2)  EWCA Civ 995, the most recent instalment of one of the longest-running jurisdiction disputes in English personal injury law. It upheld the decision of Nicol J and agreed with the majority of the Supreme Court in Brownlie (No. 1),  UKSC 80.
Carin’s article considers the facts of the case, the issue on appeal, the Court of Appeal’s decision and a question of evidence and procedure in the pleading of foreign law
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