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In this webinar, Sarah Prager is joined by Jatinder Paul of Irwin Mitchell, solicitor for the Claimant in the recent case of Griffiths v TUI UK Limited, which has changed the legal landscape in gastric claims. They discuss the case and its implications for practitioners working in travel law and more generally, and assess what

In an eerie echo of last week’s report that the Portuguese President had rescued a couple of kayaking tourists, this week we read of the small child on an inflatable unicorn pulled from the water off Patras by the crew of the Salaminomachos ferry. Apparently she had been swept out to sea whilst her parents

Dominique recently represented the Appellants in Robin Turpin (1) Jane Turpin (2) v TUI UK Limited (2020).   The Appellants had originally brought a claim against the Respondent for damages as a result of food poisoning sustained during their package holiday in Greece. They had observed during their holiday that the hotel they stayed in

Yesterday Sarah Prager and Conor Kennedy delivered the fourth in our summer Back to Basics webinar series, looking at the topic of Foreign Road Traffic Accident Claims. They covered: Applicable law Limitation Jurisdiction and Brexit Claims against the MIB If you missed it, you can view it here  

On 11th August, the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in the case of R (Bridges) v Chief Constable of South Wales Police [2020] EWCA Civ 1058, concerning police use of automated facial recognition (AFR) technology. At the end of June, I wrote about the appeal and set  out some of the background and

In the last of our Back to Basics series of webinars Zachary Bredemear and Richard Cherry cover topics including: What is disrepair? Who is responsible for what? How and when does “disrepair” need to be cured? How are damages assessed? What pre-action steps should be taken? View the slides here – Back to Basics –

It has been a strange summer yet all too soon the nation is deflating paddling pools, spending the national debt of a small country in shoe shops and fervently sewing on name tapes as September and a new academic and then legal year approach. We hope many of you have managed some sort of break

This week began with the news that the Portuguese President, who back in the day taught administrative law to our friend and publishing collaborator Carlos Torres, had rescued two kayaking tourists from drowning. Never ones to turn down a bit of publicity, and ever-mindful of the possibility of a Baywatch-style scene in slow-mo, we rushed

Yesterday Paul Stagg and Susanna Bennett delivered the third in our summer Back to Basics webinar series, looking at the topic of Limitation in Personal Injury Cases. They examined limitation issues in personal injury cases, so that practitioners have an up-to-date understanding on when the primary limitation period starts to run against a claimant, and

In the fourth of our summer Back to Basics series, Back to Basics: Foreign Road Traffic Accident Claims, Sarah Prager and Conor Kennedy cover: Applicable law Limitation Jurisdiction and Brexit Claims against the MIB View the slides here – Back to Basics – Foreign Road Traffic Accident Claims Take a look at our upcoming webinars

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