Category: Personal Injury
17
Dec
19
In this end of year article, Andrew Warnock QC asks the question many involved with the public sector have been asking since Poole v GN – when does an Assumption of Responsibility arise? ...
02
Dec
19
We end the year on a jurisdictional theme: a case-note on the Court of Appeal’s decision in the recent Lugano Convention case of JSC Commercial Bank v Kolomoisky & ...
27
Nov
19
We are pleased to announce that after extensive research Edward Faulks QC has been shortlisted for the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Silk of the Year in The Legal 500 UK 2020 awards. ...
25
Oct
19
Introduction Where a claimant brings a “mixed” claim (i.e. they claim damages for personal injury and in the same proceedings also claim non-personal injury damages or other ...
25
Oct
19
If Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] AC 562 was argued today, would Ms Donoghue have had QOCS protection? Not if she had been claiming for the cost of another bottle of ginger beer, as ...
27
Sep
19
Although District Judges have been taking the view that the costs of the CCMC at which costs budgeting is taking place are incurred for the purpose of budgeting for future costs, this has now ...
25
Sep
19
We all woke up to the news that Thomas Cook had collapsed, entering into compulsory liquidation. Not only was this troubling news for holidaymakers due to go on holiday, and indeed those stranded ...
18
Sep
19
HHJ Berkley gave judgment for the Defendant this week in Winchester County Court in the claim of Penelope Smith v The Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
17
Sep
19
Paul Stagg, author of the Pension Loss chapter in Kemp & Kemp, will be speaking today at the PIBA Seminar on Avoiding ...

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