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Emma Hayward


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
2 College Square
Anchor Road
United Kingdom
Languages English

Emma is an Associate in the Insurance and Reinsurance Group and is based in Bristol.

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  • 2017 – LPC MSc Law & Business, University of Law, Bristol.
  • 2015 – GDL, University of Law, Bristol.
  • 2014 – BSc International Management and Spanish, University of Bath.
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Hope Capital Limited v Alexander Reece Thomson LLP: Lessons for Valuers
The recent judgment handed down in September 2023 of Hope Capital Limited v Alexander Reece Thomson LLP [2023] EWHC 2389 (KB) provides a useful overview of the scope of a valuer’s duty, particularly...
Business Interruption Insurance and Covid-19: aggregation and furlough...
In January 2021, the Supreme Court delivered its judgment in the FCA’s Test Case on non-damage business interruption (BI) cover for losses arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. See our previous Law-Now...
Protecting Surveyors Bulletin 9: Guidance on multi-storey residential valuations
For the latest in our Protecting Surveyors series, we look at the latest draft Guidance Note on the Valuation of Properties in Multi-Storey, Multi-Occupancy Residential Buildings with Cladding, which...
Surveyor’s PI: Hart v Large revisited
In June 2020, we commented on the High Court decision in the case of Hart v Large, which provided an important reminder for surveyors on the scope of their duties in advising prospective buyers of residential...
Protecting Surveyors Bulletin 2: Valuing in an uncertain world
In the latest in our series looking at the issues affecting the surveying profession (see our earlier bulletin here), we take a look at the position in undertaking valuations now that the market is opening...
Surveyors PI: Hart v Large – surveying and valuing residential property
In the recent case of Hart v Large, the High Court found that the defendant surveyor was negligent in surveying a recently renovated residential property and awarded damages of £375,000 to the Claimants...