Category: Articles
10
Feb
22
The High Court has this morning handed down judgment in Traylor and Traylor v Kent and Medway NHS Social Care Partnership Trust ([2022] EWHC 260 (QB)). The two claims arose from the terrible ...

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07
Feb
22
1CL’s expertise in professional negligence cases is well-known, and in this recent case, a useful exploration of the solicitor’s duty to advise clients as to the merit of their litigation ...

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07
Feb
22
This week the team has detected the early signs of a return to normality following the lockdowns that dogged 2020 and 2021. First, Eady J rejected a Defendant’s application for its Kenyan witness to ...

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01
Feb
22
On 25 January 2022 the FCA published its proposals on companies that seek to manage their liabilities through the use of schemes of arrangement and restructure plans available under company law and ...

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31
Jan
22
According to Oscar Wilde, we are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. The team finds this apercu encouraging, particularly when, as this week, we have spent quite a lot of time ...

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27
Jan
22
In an important decision for local authorities and other organisations handling sensitive data, the High Court has explained and applied the principles governing vicarious liability set ...

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25
Jan
22
Mini-Summary The Court of Appeal have allowed the Chief Constable’s appeal against the Master McCloud’s refusal to strike out the claim against him. The case concerned whether ...

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24
Jan
22
It was a sad week this week for the team; not only did we learn of Meatloaf’s death, which left us reeling, but of the Court of Appeal’s heartless approach to the human rights of insurers. We’ve ...

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21
Jan
22
The new year is not yet a month old and yet there have already been two significant judgments handed down since the last strains of Auld Lang Syne died out.  Both are of considerable ...

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18
Jan
22
The Court of Appeal have allowed the Chief Constable’s appeal against the Master’s refusal to strike out the claim against him. The case concerned whether police officers who attended a road ...

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