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Andrew Leggatt Wikipedia
Sir Andrew Peter Leggatt (born 8 November 1930) was formerly a Lord Justice of Appeal and member of the Privy Council.
He was educated at Eton College and King's College, Cambridge. He wrote "Tribunals for Users - One System, One Service", published by the Department for Constitutional Affairs.
His son is George Leggatt, also a judge.Johnstone v Bloomsbury Health Authority  2 All ER 293, dissenting
Vaughan v Barlow Clowes International Ltd  EWCA Civ 11 - an English trusts law case, concerning tracing
Nestle v National Westminster Bank plc  EWCA Civ 12, duty of care for investment
Fitzpatrick v British Railways Board  ICR 221,  IRLR 376 - UK labour law, concerning collective bargaining
Johnstone v Bloomsbury HA  QB 333,  2 WLR 1362,  2 All ER 293 - English contract law case, concerning implied terms and unfair terms under the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977.
Bishopsgate Investment Management Ltd v Maxwell (No 2)  BCLC 814, pension fund misappropriation
Bishopsgate Investment Management Ltd v Homan  EWCA Civ 33 - English trusts law, whether a beneficiary whose fiduciary breaches trust, may trace assets through an overdrawn account to its destination.
Powdrill v Watson  2 AC 394
Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale v Islington LBC  UKHL 12, overturned - English trusts law case concerning the circumstances under which a resulting trust arises.
Investors Compensation Scheme Ltd v West Bromwich Building Society  UKHL 28, overturned - English contract law, which laid down that a contextual approach must be taken to the interpretation of contracts.
Fujitsu's Application  EWCA Civ 1174 - confirming the rejection of a patent involving the computerisation of an existing process.