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By Clyde & Co LLP
The guidelines do not bring any significant changes to the level of damages for personal injury.
By Laura Cooke, Karen Boto
The UK is often recognised as having a world-leading corporate governance framework, combining high standards with low burdens and flexibility.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge criticises lengthy bundles and skeleton arguments
By Max Ebrahim, Thomas Henstra
The incident that saw two fans crushed to death at South African Breweries' flagship Carling Black Label Cup on 30 July 2016 is a tragic case of déjà vu for those that recall the infamous Ellis Park...
By Clyde & Co LLP
Difficulties can arise where an order or notice provides that the claim form has to be served by a particular date.
By Peter Walmsley
Following an announcement the discount rate is set to increase, the Ministry of Justice has published draft legislation to create a fairer system for the setting of the discount rate.
By Shabnam Karim, Louise McDonald
The new medical liability law passed in the UAE in 2016 (Federal Decree Law 4 of 2016) "The 2016 Medical Malpractice Law" which came into effect on 15 August 2016...
By Michael Cripps
On Wednesday, 6 September the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC), the country's top insurance regulator, pledged to further open the CNY 3 trillion market to foreign capital...
By Andrew Harakas, Christopher Carlsen, Deborah Elsasser, JP Ellis, J. Thompson Thornton, Daniel Correll, Philip Weissman
The American Bar Association recently published the Fourth Edition of Litigating the Aviation Case.
By Toby Scott
The deceased had smoked for a long period before commencing employment with the Defendant as a general decorator.
By Judith Martin
We successfully applied for summary judgment where the Claimant suffered from asymptomatic silicosis.
By Clyde & Co LLP
However, the judge was prepared to grant relief taking into account all the circumstances in the case.
By Clyde & Co LLP
The claimants applied for permission to bring committal proceedings against the defendants and their solicitors.
By Judith Martin, Mary Coyles
In a useful judgment for insurers, the Court of Appeal has again considered the issue of apportioning claims for compensation when there are multiple extrinsic causes...
By Clyde & Co LLP
The European Commission has published a four week consultation reviewing the Motor Insurance Directive (MID Directive 2009/103/EC).
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