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Roberts v SSAFA/MOD: Governing Law In A Contribution Claim
Judge decides which law governs contribution claim against German Part 20 defendant
UK
17 May 2019
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Vicarious Liability: Employers Given A Lift Following Christmas Party Injury Decision
The Court of Appeal recently upheld a first instance decision that Cancer Research UK was not vicariously liable for an injury suffered by an employee at a Christmas party.
UK
1 May 2019
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Fixed Recoverable Costs: Expansion Of Fast Track To Include 選ntermediate' Cases
The Ministry of Justice has commenced a consultation on extending the fixed recoverable costs regime (FRC) to incorporate an expanded fast track including 'intermediate cases'.
UK
12 Apr 2019
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Motor: High Court Rules On Standard Of The 然easonable Driver' When Under Threat Of Physical Harm
The High Court has ruled on the issue of liability when a driver causes injury to a third party in circumstances when fearing for his or her safety.
UK
13 Feb 2019
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Lyons v Fox Williams: Solicitors Duty To Warn
Court of Appeal rejects argument that a solicitor had a duty to warn
UK
7 Nov 2018
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Soci騁 G駭駻ale v Goldas Kuyumculuk [2018] EWCA Civ 1093
Court of Appeal examines the requirements for an order for deemed service by an alternative method
UK
23 Oct 2018
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Professional Negligence - Edwards v Hugh James Ford Simey
It was alleged that the defendant firm of solicitors had negligently advised the original claimant in this action to abandon an incremental claim under a scheme to compensate ...
UK
20 Jun 2018
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Police: Commissioner Of Police Of The Metropolis v DSD And Another (Supreme Court)
The Supreme Court has held Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) imposes an operational duty on the police force to conduct a proper investigation into allegations of ill-treatment.
UK
26 Feb 2018
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Police Here's To You, Mrs Robinson
The Supreme Court has allowed the appeal of a Claimant who was injured by police officers during the arrest of a drug dealer.
UK
15 Feb 2018
10
Supreme Court Ruling Could Lead To CPR Redraft
In a first for the Supreme Court, a litigant in person has asked the court to consider whether the Civil Procedure Rules ("CPR") need amending in order to make them easier for individuals...
United States
5 Dec 2017
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Wilkes v Depuy (2016) QBD Departs From Previous Authorities On "Defect" Claims Under The Consumer Protection Act 1987 And Confirms No Requirement Of Absolute Safety In All Circumstances
Mr Justice Hickinbottom's seminal decision in Wilkes v DePuy (2016) EWHC 3096 (QB) marks a substantial departure from Burton J's controversial approach to "defect" under section 3 of the Consumer Protection Act 1987 in A v National Blood Authority (2001) 3 All E.R. 289.
UK
30 Mar 2017
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Recovering Damages When Multiple Accumulative Factors Cause Injury
The Privy Council has reaffirmed the doctrine of material contribution that was, to some extent, already law in their recent decision in Williams v The Bermuda Hospitals Board.
UK
11 Jul 2016
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Illegality Defence Still Uncertain: (1) Top Brands Ltd (2) Lemione Services Ltd V Gagen Dulari Sharma (As Former Liquidator Of Mama Milla Ltd) ("MML") And Another (2015)
MML supplied toiletry products until entering creditors' voluntary liquidation in 2011. The business conducted through the company involved VAT acquisition fraud.
UK
21 Jun 2016
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Confidentiality And The Sharing Of Genetic Information
A recent decision by the Court has confirmed that it was not negligent for a Doctor to withhold information from a daughter about her father's genetic disorder in light of his refusal to allow the information to be shared.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Darnley V. Croydon Health Services And NHS Trust [2-15] EWHC 2301 (QB)
A recent High Court judgment has provided clarification on the duties owed by nonmedically trained personnel in a Hospital setting.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) Regulatory Newsletter - Autumn 2015
Our SHE regulatory team specialises in regulatory defence work and has 双ne of the largest health and safety offerings in the UK market' demonstrating 喪eal strength in depth' according to Chambers and Partners UK.
UK
2 Nov 2015
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Bush v Summit Advances Ltd (High Court, February 2015)
The defendant's application for summary judgment was refused, and he appealed.
UK
16 Oct 2015
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Public Authority Liability Update - "Edwards V London Borough Of Sutton" Case To Be Appealed
No doubt many of you will be aware of our case, where a finding of primary liability was made against the London Borough of Sutton for their failure to "warn or prohibit the use of a bridge".
UK
1 Oct 2015
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Public Authority Liability Update: A Cup Of Tea Will Do!
The claimant, a multi-skilled tradesman, had known the defendant for a long period of time and had undertaken work for him on several occasions.
UK
30 Sep 2015
20
Mrs Robinson Fails To Seduce The Court Of Appeal
The appellant, whilst walking down a public street, became caught up in the arrest of a drug dealer and was knocked to the ground and injured.
UK
29 Sep 2015
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