Moy v Pettman Smith [2005]


  • A barrister advised the claimant on a settlement figure
  • It was later found that the figure could have been much more beneficial to the claimant


  • Could the barrister have been negligent in advising the figure


  • No


  • The barrister’s opinion may not have been ideal for the claimant, though it was established with reasonable care, therefore the barrister was acting as a reasonable professional
RELATED CASE  Janvier v Sweeney [1919]

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