Practice: When is the law not the law?

David Cook seeks certainty from the Supreme Court ‘Conventional wisdom and common practice over time had effectively distilled Lord Dunedin’s Dunlop tests into an unhelpful, over-simplified distinction.’ It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but it is no laughing matter that a recent run of Supreme Court cases serve to demonstrate that conventional …
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