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14
Mar
22
This is a very special edition of the Weekly Roundup; it marks 100 bulletins. In that time we’ve seen the effects of Brexit and of Covid, we’ve witnessed litigators’ fortunes wax and wane, and ...

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09
Mar
22
On 21 February 2022 Recorder Paige at Plymouth County Court handed down judgment in this matter, following a two-day Trial, and dismissed the Claim. University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust ...

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07
Mar
22
This week has brought a number of case management decisions which might lead those responding to claims to ask themselves whether they’ve entered The House In Nightmare Park. In Klifa v Slater ...

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28
Feb
22
In a claim for a violation of the operational duty under articles 2 or 3[1] of the European Convention of Human Rights, the applicant must satisfy the ...

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28
Feb
22
This week the discussions around the 1CL dining table have turned to issues of recognition of State authority; whence do governments derive their right to govern, and what do they do with those rights ...

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23
Feb
22
The Montreal Convention provides the sole cause of action where a passenger is injured or killed in the course of carriage by air. Article 33 of the Convention sets out the jurisdictional regime ...

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21
Feb
22
On 16 February 2022 the Supreme Court handed down their unanimous judgment in Bloomberg LP v ZXC [2022] UKSC 5.  The Court held that, in general, a person who is under criminal ...

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21
Feb
22
This week you join the team at 1CL fit to burst with pride. Katie Ayres has conquered Aconcagua, the highest mountain in both the Southern and Western hemispheres, and no pushover. It just goes to ...

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18
Feb
22
As we hit the two-year anniversary of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe, more and more cases are beginning to drift through the court system with facts arising from the devastating impact ...

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14
Feb
22
Russia has been much in the news lately, what with the new Kingsman film featuring Rasputin, surely the most resilient monk in history, and although we’ve yet to hold a chambers’ private ...

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