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Legacy Claims - Equitas Insurance V Municipal Mutual
Court of Appeal gives permission to appeal an award which dealt with the issue of "spiking" of mesothelioma reinsurance claims ...
UK
16 May 2018
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Costs - Dring (Asbestos Victims Support Groups Forum), Re Case Alert - [2017] EWHC 2103 (QB)
Whether company entitled to its costs in defending application for access to documents filed at court in another case
UK
12 Sep 2017
3
HSE Launches Consultation On Fee For Intervention Dispute Scheme
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has now launched its consultation on revising the process for considering disputes under its Fee for Intervention cost recovery scheme (the "Scheme").
UK
3 May 2017
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Fee For Intervention Dispute Scheme To Be Made Independent
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has announced that it is to consult on proposals to make its Fee for Intervention cost recovery scheme (the "Scheme") dispute process fully independent.
UK
21 Mar 2017
5
Fee For Intervention: Going Strong Four Years On?
As the fourth birthday of the Health and Safety Executive's (HSE) controversial Fee for Intervention Scheme (the "Scheme") passes we examine what the future holds, as revenues continue to fall...
UK
20 Jan 2017
6
WHSSE Global Safety News
Welcome to the first edition of Clyde & Co WHSSE Global Safety News. Issue 1 includes topical developments across the aviation, hospitality, oil and gas, mining.
Worldwide
15 Dec 2016
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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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Slips, Trips And Falls Costs Underestimated
Slips, trips and falls are often perceived or dismissed as a minor risk, and the associated costs and collective size of the risk are therefore widely undervalued.
UK
26 May 2016
9
Supreme Court Holds That An Insurer Must Cover A Mesothelioma Claim In Full
Supreme Court holds that an insurer must cover a mesothelioma claim in full (even if the total period of exposure was longer than the policy period), but a contribution can be claimed from other insurers/the insured.
UK
26 Jan 2016
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Whether Employer Severally Liable After Exposure To Asbestos By Several Employers Caused Employee's Lung Cancer
The claimant employee was exposed to asbestos over the course of his working life, during which he was employed by the six defendant employers.
UK
22 Jan 2016
11
Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) Regulatory Newsletter - Autumn 2015
Our SHE regulatory team specialises in regulatory defence work and has ‘one of the largest health and safety offerings in the UK market' demonstrating ‘real strength in depth' according to Chambers and Partners UK.
UK
2 Nov 2015
12
Europe: Highlights From Germany, Sweden And Switzerland
Under Swiss law, employers must record and monitor working hours quite strictly
European Union
22 Oct 2015
13
Public Authority Liability Update: Can You Do It If You B&Q It?
The Claimant, a B&Q employee, sought damages for psychiatric illness and consequential loss caused by workrelated stress.
UK
30 Sep 2015
14
Claimants Allergic To Work
The claimant employees were exposed to complex halogenated platinum salts and as a result had developed sensitivity to platinum.
UK
30 Sep 2015
15
Falling Through The Bows Of Negligence
The claimant was a tree surgeon, employed by an independent contractor to fell a diseased tree on National Trust property.
UK
29 Sep 2015
16
Washday Blues
A woman contracted mesothelioma through washing her husband's work clothes.
UK
29 Sep 2015
17
Occupiers To Prove Asbestos Regulations 1931 Do Not Apply
The Claimant had been employed as a lorry driver by the first Defendant during the 1950s.
UK
13 Apr 2015
18
Novel Extension To Loss Of Dependency
The Claimant's husband had died from Mesothelioma, contracted as a result of negligent exposure to asbestos in the course of his work with the Defendant.
UK
13 Apr 2015
19
The Compensation Act 2006 Should Not Be Overlooked
The much lauded Compensation Act 2006 was billed as something that would free organisers of fun events from liability on the basis that it is good for society to have exciting activities going on.
UK
13 Apr 2015
20
CQC: Revised Enforcement Policy Published
The HSE and Local Authorities will continue to have jurisdiction in relation to matters involving workers, visitors and contractors, as well as people receiving care by services that do not need to be registered.
UK
9 Apr 2015
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