Category: Professional Liability
29
Jul
14
It is well known that a court can permit a party to amend its case to plead a new cause of action even though, had it been starting such a claim in freestanding ...

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12
Jun
14
In Santander UK Plc v RA Legal Solicitors (A Firm)   [2014] EWCA Civ 183 (24.2.14) V agreed to purchase a house in London ...

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09
Apr
14
The question of whether practice partners or principals are vicariously liable for negligent treatment provided by associates or locums is one which has frequently exercised the medical defence ...

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07
Feb
14
The Athens Convention has long been a trap for the unwary claimant who either doesn’t appreciate that accidents at sea are governed by the Convention or that there is currently a 2 year limitation ...

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05
Feb
14
When faced with a complex legal document (the new procedural rules, being one example), it is often tempting to skim read and shrug off any incomprehensible sections, in the hope that they are not ...

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