Category: Articles
07
May
20
In news that was easy to miss this week, the bereavement award under s.1A of the Fatal Accidents Act 1976 has been increased from £12,980 to £15,210. The increase, introduced by the

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06
May
20
05
May
20
It is not unusual for organisations within the travel industry to have their own in-house legal team, or for the members of their legal team to participate in meetings concerning both legal and ...

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04
May
20
As consumer confidence in the travel industry continues to freefall, and with no apparent end to the Refund Saga in sight, we at 1 Chancery Lane have been wondering how would-be travellers are likely ...

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30
Apr
20
Following our previous note on the future of Winding Up Petitions generally at this time, the Government ...

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30
Apr
20
I recently appeared for the Claimant, JG, in a strike out application brought by the Defendant, a no-frills airline. It is an important reminder that courts should refuse to strike out ...

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28
Apr
20
Do you remember Brexit? When viewed through a rose-tinted lens, the shenanigans of 2019 seem like carefree days of whimsical and costless political indulgence. The fact that, at a critical stage in ...

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28
Apr
20
For my previous analysis of the Court of Appeal’s decision, please see

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27
Apr
20
If Covid-19 can be compared to a butterfly, and we think it can, the effects of its flutterings are starting to be felt in increasingly unexpected ways. Who could have predicted that, as we reported ...

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24
Apr
20
  In Mohamud v Morrisons Supermarkets (2016) AC 677, Lord Dyson MR observed that: “To search for certainty and precision in ...

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