Search Results for

In yesterday’s weekly webinar, Sarah Prager and Richard Collier looked at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the measures taken in response to it in the travel industry. They considered the litigation likely to flow from the holidays affected by the virus, and looked at what the future holds for the industry. If you

During the webinar, Francesca O’Neill and Dominique Smith cover: A General Update to Article 2 Inquests and those involving juries; The recent Chief Coroner’s Guidance following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic; The possible impact of the pandemic on Inquests; Interactive question and answer session View the slides here – Inquests, Article 2 and Covid-19

Chambers Announcement

We are pleased to announce that Simon Trigger has been appointed as a Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal. He is assigned to the Health, Education and Social Care Chamber (Mental Health).

This article has been written by Jack Harding of 1 Chancery Lane and Lee Hills, Partner in the Litigation and Travel team at Mayo Wynne Baxter. In response to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Association of British Insurers (the ABI) has pledged that its members will “consider all valid travel insurance claims quickly and fairly for

It’s been another busy week at 1 Chancery Lane. No sooner had we torn our eyes from the ongoing Refunds Saga (we see that BA are now offering Avios points instead of refunds; whatever will they think of next?), than Brexit reared its head once more. And as if that were not enough, there’s been

It is not uncommon for Claimants in personal injury claims where there is either a pleaded allegation of fraud or the suspicion of dishonest conduct, to seek to discontinue the claim for fear of the adverse consequences that a finding of dishonesty would bring.  It is likewise not uncommon for Defendants to negotiate a payment

One of the key issues now facing the country revolves around when and if schools should reopen. At times the debate has appeared to pit Central Government against Local Authorities, teachers against parents, and doctors against scientists. Few people, however, have examined the legal aspect to this debate and the potential fallout from it in

Wall v Mutuelle de Poitiers Assurances

Having worked together on a number of cases involving foreign expert evidence on quantum, and out of frustration having both come close to pulling the precious-little remaining hair from our respective sparse heads, we decided to commit our moaning to paper and inflict it upon you all. True, Wall v Mutuelle has some vintage now,

In yesterday’s weekly webinar, Ben Hicks and Andrew Spencer provided an overview of the basic principles and commonly-encountered issues with regard to employer’s liability. If you missed it, you can view the webinar here. Ben and Andrew will be following this with a second webinar in June which will look at employer’s liability in relation

The first draft of the much anticipated Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill, which we have written about previously from the perspective of the UK High Street, has been published and it is expected to be passed in early June. The Bill contains wide ranging changes to the insolvency landscape in the face of the COVID-19

Subscribe for our newsletters, updates and seminars