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22
Jan
19
Cases discussing Part 36 offers usually concern whether they were accepted after expiry of the relevant period, their withdrawal and the costs associated with their acceptance or rejection. But what ...
22
Jan
19
Katie Ayres has recently been appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown (to do civil work on ...
10
Jan
19
In this edition of our Motor Fraud Briefing, Francesca O’Neill and Simon Trigger discuss and comment on recent important decisions which give helpful and thorough guidance ...
09
Jan
19
The news that the Civil Liability Act 2018 received Royal Assent on 20th December 2018 may have passed many by due to the Christmas Holiday period. Now that ...
21
Dec
18
After over 2.5 years of trial the Kenya Emergency Group Litigation (“KEGL”) has finally concluded. All claims against the UK Government (the Foreign & Commonwealth Office) have now been ...
21
Dec
18
Ella Davis has successfully represented the London Borough of Southwark in a claim alleging that it had breached a duty to place a ...
18
Dec
18
In this edition of our Clinical Negligence Briefing, Katie Ayres examines the possible implications for medical practitioners, particularly those practising in paediatrics, ...
04
Dec
18
This article was first published in the November AvMA newsletter. Nigel Handscomb was a 65 year old gentleman with a ...
04
Dec
18
Can it really be that time of year again? No sooner has the fully-dressed, flame-retardant plastic Christmas tree been dispatched to the cupboard under the stairs than it is ...
30
Nov
18
The High Court today dismissed a claim brought against the Partners of Apsley Surgery relating to the conduct of a locum GP, Dr Thomas O’Brien.  The claimant, a patient registered at the surgery, ...

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