In this webinar, James Holmes-Milner and Francesca O’Neill look at some of the most recent decisions on scope, and examine the impact of the decisions in Miller v Irwin Mitchell, Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton UK LLP, and Percy v Merriman…
It is now seven years since the Supreme Court handed down judgment in Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board  AC 1430, and although that judgment has significantly changed the legal framework underpinning informed consent claims, the presentation of expert evidence in such…
All personal injury practitioners know that in a QOCS case a costs order in a defendant’s favour can be enforced against orders for damages and interest in a claimant’s favour (“costs/damages enforcement”). Whether a costs order in a defendant’s favour can…
In 1976 Dennis McGrory was acquitted of the murder of his common-law niece who was 15 years old at the time of her murder in 1975. At that time there was no ability to conduct DNA comparisons. However, in 2019 following the…
As the team staggers thankfully to the Finish Line of the year represented by the forthcoming Christmas holidays, we have paused to reflect on the loyalty and good humour of you, our readers, who have seen us through another stonking year. The…
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