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Blogs & Briefings    21/1/2022

‘Failure to Remove’ Claims: Some Further Developments

The new year is not yet a month old and yet there have already been two significant judgments handed down since the last strains of Auld Lang Syne died out.  Both are of considerable assistance to those defending ‘failure to remove’ claims against local authorities. Negligence Claims: the Tindall Case In a series of articles

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Blogs & Briefings    21/1/2022

Webinar Recording: Limitation, Date of Knowledge and Section 33

In the second of their two webinars on Limitation, David Thomson and Francesca O’Neill presented the hot limitation topics in clinical negligence of Section 14 on date of knowledge and Section 33 on the Court’s right to exercise its discretion not to apply the 3 year limitation period. They set out the relevant aspects of

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1CL Webinar: Travel Law: the State of It

Thursday
27
January

To mark the significant developments in the law relating to travel and cross border disputes last year Sarah Prager and Andrew Spencer will be discussing The State of Things, covering all the major topics in this area and encompassing: Brexit: jurisdiction and applicable law Brownlie: the common law rules on jurisdiction Service: what’s changed and

1CL Webinar: Limitation, Date of Knowledge and Section 33 – Claimants Continue in or Defendants Take Them Out!

Thursday
20
January

In the second of their two webinars on Limitation, David Thomson and Francesca O’Neill present the hot limitation topics in clinical negligence of Section 14 on date of knowledge and Section 33 on the Court’s right to exercise its discretion not to apply the 3 year limitation period. They set out the relevant aspects of

1CL Webinar: Festive Case Law Roundup

Thursday
16
December

In the last 1CL webinar of the year, Edward Bishop QC, Zachary Bredemear, Sarah Prager, Robert Parkin and Anirudh Mandagere don their Christmas jumpers and take attendees on a whistle stop tour of some of the key cases of 2021. They cover personal injury, clinical negligence, travel law, property law and police law in an

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