Bullock Orders: an examination of the Bullock principles by the High Court

Bullock Order

The High Court overturned a partial “Bullock” Order and substituted it for a full one on grounds that the District Judge was wrong to treat two elements of the claim against three defendants as “perfectly independent causes of action” where the breaches of duty alleged were “in no way connected”, finding that the Claimant acted reasonably in suing all three defendants,”who were blaming one another”

MCDERMOTT v INHEALTH LTD [2018] EWHC 1835 (QB)