PwC v BTI – allegations of abuse of process by collateral attack
Jennifer Seaman has prepared a case note on the recent Court of Appeal case of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP v BTI LLC 2014, covering abuse of process in professional negligence proceedings.
On 11 January 2021, the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP v BTI 2014 LLC  EWCA Civ 9. One of the issues the Court of Appeal was asked to consider was whether there was an abuse of process by BTI in bringing professional negligence proceedings against PwC, by way of collateral attack on an earlier decision of Mrs Justice Rose.
Jennifer Seaman explores the Court of Appeal’s judgment on abuse of process and highlights some practical points to be taken from the case.
Jennifer’s article can be read here.
About the author
Jennifer’s practice includes areas of general commercial and commercial chancery litigation, such as contractual disputes; commercial fraud; professional negligence; company insolvency and insurance.
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