What’s the plot? Conspiracy and 19th Century comic opera (again) – Competition Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers

Posted November 3rd, 2014 in competition, news, unlawful means conspiracy by sally

‘Ever since Johnson v Moreton [1980] AC 37 (61E-G per Lord Hailsham: ‘we should have to adopt the carefree attitude of the Mikado…’), references to Gilbert and Sullivan have been gaining ground in the judgments of our higher Courts. When last year Arden LJ rejected the argument, advanced by the claimant victim of a cartel, that it suffices to establish the intention requirement for the tort of unlawful means conspiracy that the claimant forms part of a class of persons against whom a cartelist’s wrongful acts were targeted, she did so by reference to The Gondoliers.’

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Competition Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers, 2nd November 2014

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