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Our experts write on legal developments in Personal Injury; Public Authority Liability; Travel & Cross Border Claims; Medical Law; Property, Chancery & Commercial; and Professional Liability.

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21
Apr
22
Judgment has been handed down today in the case of Rosario Sanchez v University of Bristol.  The case was concerned with whether the University owed the Claimant a duty of care to protect ...

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20
Apr
22
We are proud to be shortlisted for Barristers' Chambers of the Year in the British Claims Awards 2022.

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19
Apr
22
What a lovely weekend! Cunningly this year the team refrained from taking our usual Easter trip to the seaside, enabling us to make the most of the four day break by staying at home and lounging ...

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11
Apr
22
The members of 1 Chancery Lane and 9 Gough Chambers have agreed to merge to form a new set that will be known as 5 Norwich Street. Once the merger is completed in the Autumn, all members and staff ...

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11
Apr
22
We are all, we hope, sticklers for ethics here, particularly when dealing with litigants in person. Which is why the judgment in Jenkinson v Robertson [2022] EWHC 756 (Admin) has saddened us ...

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06
Apr
22
The new edition of Saggerson on Travel Law and Litigation will be published in July 2022. Written by leading practitioners at 1 Chancery Lane – Matthew Chapman QC, Sarah Prager, Jack Harding, ...

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06
Apr
22
05
Apr
22
Judgment has been handed down in CDE v Buckinghamshire County Council Katie Ayres, instructed by Mark ...

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04
Apr
22
You can imagine our excitement as we gathered round the 1CL telly this week, agog to view the new Marvel/Disney offering, Moon Knight, a rip-roaring yarn featuring the extremely poor behaviour of some ...

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01
Apr
22
The 1st April 2022 marks another notable event in the return to ‘normality’, this time for creditors, as restrictions on the issuing of Winding Up Petitions are lifted. For the first ...

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