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Reputational damage and non-party appeals (Gray v Boreh and others)

Reputational damage and non-party appeals (Gray v Boreh and others)
Published on: 24 February 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
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Article summary

Dispute Resolution analysis: Can non-parties to a case who suffer reputational damage lodge an appeal? Keir Howie, barrister at 7KBW, examines the case of Gray v Boreh and others which dealt with an appeal lodged by a witness to the original case, who claimed to have suffered reputational damage after the judge made serious findings of dishonesty against him. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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