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High Court reiterates the importance of causation evidence in road traffic claims

In Boyle v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis Turner J considered the claim by a claimant who suffered life changing spinal injuries when he fell into the path of a passing police car while intoxicated.  Turner J concluded that even though the police officer had breached his duty of care by driving slightly over the speed limit the claimant would not be...

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Saggerson on Travel Law and Litigation: Written by Matthew Chapman, Sarah Prager and Jack Harding

The new (5th, 2013) edition of this well-know work comprehensively revises and updates classic topics. 

Existing case law is placed in a practical context and the many new developments in the law are discussed in detail.

§  Features a large volume of new case law, comprehensively discussed

§  Provides authoritative and clear guidance on...

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High Profile JR challenge to use of Do Not Resuscitate orders at Addenbrookes fails

Following a lengthy hearing to establish findings of fact and subsequent legal argument, Nicola Davis, J, sitting in the Administrative court on 21 December 2012 rejected submissions from counsel for David Tracey that their high profile challenge to decisions by clinicians at Addenbrookes hospital in Cambridge to place ‘Do Not Resusitate’ orders on the...

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