Kerry Underwood is a former employment judge and is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is a well-known writer and appears frequently on radio and television.
A derivative claim allows an aggrieved shareholder to use the company’s name and funds to pursue directors for breaches of fiduciary duty. Kerry Underwood explains the process and considers relevant case law in this important area, focusing on the impact on charities.
Kerry Underwood explains the string of recent case law which suggests the courts are taking a much tougher approach to litigants in person.
Kerry Underwood discusses Vilvarajah v West London Law Limited  EWHC 23, in which a senior costs judge slashed costs after deeming a CFA unreasonable and unfair to the client.