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In their webinar yesterday Andrew Spencer and Dominique Smith discussed cross-border clinical negligence claims, considering questions including appropriate defendants; jurisdiction; applicable law; applicable standards; and choosing experts. If you missed it, you can view it here


In this webinar, Sarah Prager and Thomas Yarrow discuss cross-border litigation after Brexit. They consider applicable law; jurisdictional issues; recognition and enforcement of judgments; practical advice for litigators; likely future developments. View the slides here – Cross-Border Litigation after Brexit


Practitioners undertaking cross border work could be forgiven for thinking that they might be permitted a brief moment of calm after the flurry of pre-Brexit activity immediately preceding 31st December 2020, but early indications are that there will be no such let up. In the dying moments of the year two jurisdictional challenges raised very


The Weekly Roundup: We’re Back!

It’s been going on for what seems like decades. We’d started to think it would never end. But there is now, finally, hope that the jurisdictional challenge in Brownlie may reach a conclusion this year. On 13th and 14th January the appeal in FS Cairo (Nile Plaza) LLC v Brownlie [2020] EWCA Civ 996 will


In the first of 1CL’s 2021 webinars, Andrew Spencer and Dominique Smith discuss cross-border clinical negligence claims, considering questions including appropriate defendants; jurisdiction; applicable law; applicable standards; and choosing experts. You can view the slides here – Cross Border Clinical Negligence Claims


“But what about causation?”

Foster J handed down judgment in Norfolk CC v Durrant [2020] EWHC 3590 (QB) on 30 December 2020, in which she allowed the Defendant’s appeal on the basis that the trial judge had failed to address causation in an employer’s liability personal injury claim. The Claimant was a teaching assistant who was assaulted by a


Tenancy Announcement: Robert Parkin

1 Chancery Lane is delighted to announce the arrival of Robert Parkin. Robert is an experienced practitioner, with particular specialism in Personal Injury, Housing, Immigration and Private Client.


We have reduced opening hours over the Christmas period. Wednesday 23rd December: 8.30am – 1.00pm Thursday 24th December: Closed Friday 25th December: Closed Monday 28th December: Closed Tuesday 29th December: 9.00am – 1.30pm Wednesday 30th December: 9.00am – 1.30pm Thursday 31st December: 9.00am – 1.30pm Friday 1st January: Closed During this period our clerks will


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