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– Chambers & Partners

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Blogs & Briefings    26/5/2020

The Weekly Roundup: and a Bit of News from the Team

It’s been another busy week at 1 Chancery Lane. No sooner had we torn our eyes from the ongoing Refunds Saga (we see that BA are now offering Avios points instead of refunds; whatever will they think of next?), than Brexit reared its head once more. And as if that were not enough, there’s been

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Blogs & Briefings    22/5/2020

Consent Orders, Tomlin Orders and the potentially dishonest Claimant

It is not uncommon for Claimants in personal injury claims where there is either a pleaded allegation of fraud or the suspicion of dishonest conduct, to seek to discontinue the claim for fear of the adverse consequences that a finding of dishonesty would bring.  It is likewise not uncommon for Defendants to negotiate a payment

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1CL Weekly Webinar: The Future of the Travel Industry: Risk and Responsibility

Thursday
28
May

This is the next of our 1CL Weekly Webinar series – The Future of the Travel Industry: Risk and Responsibility Sarah Prager and Richard Collier take a look at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the measures taken in response to it in the travel industry. They consider the litigation likely to flow from

1CL Weekly Webinar: Employer's Liability: Back to Basics

Thursday
21
May

This is the third of our 1CL Weekly Webinar series – Employer’s Liability: Back to Basics. In the first of a two-part series, Ben Hicks and Andrew Spencer will provide an overview of the basic principles applicable to employer’s liability claims and discuss some of the commonly encountered issues arising in relation to them. Topics

1CL Weekly Webinar: How to Argue the Meaning of a Contract

Thursday
14
May

This is the second of our 1CL Weekly Webinar series – How to Argue the Meaning of a Contract (and 4 ways of winning). The learning objectives of this webinar from Zachary Bredemear and Justin Althaus are: To understand the principles the courts apply when interpreting contracts To identify the tensions in those principles To

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