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Lie v Mohile  EWHC 200 (Ch)
A partner who had served a notice purporting to dissolve a partnership was not in breach of the partnership agreement, not in breach of his duty of good faith and not a repudiatory conduct.
Lie v Mohile  EWHC 3709 (Ch)
This case raised two important legal principles.
Lie v Mohile  EWCA Civ 728
The issue in this appeal is whether one of two existing partners and tenants of business premises under a lease was entitled to apply for a new tenancy under Part 2 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“Act”).
Dr Cheema v Dr Jones & Others  EWHC 1156 (QB)
A partnership at will had arisen where five doctors had orally agreed to enter into a partnership and had worked together in pursuance of that agreement.
Dr Cheema v Dr Jones & Others  EWCA Civ 1706
This is an appeal from the judgment of David Pittaway QC sitting as a deputy judge of the high Court in Dr Cheema v Dr Jones & Others  EWHC 1156 (QB).
Dr Jones & Others v NHS Commissioning Board  EWHC 3457 (QB)
Four doctors working in partnership had a good arguable case that the NHS Commissioning Board had acted irrationally by purporting to terminate their standard general medical services contract because a prior partnership had been dissolved by the Court.
Dr Ochonu Sunday Ifere v North Cumbria University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust – UKEAT/0073/17/DM
In the course of assessing the Claimant's compensation for unlawful victimisation by the Respondent, the Employment Tribunal was required to consider whether it should award legal costs which the Claimant had incurred in defending proceedings before the Interim Orders Panel of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service.