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Withers LLP
In the recent case of Kelly v Brennan, Master Shuman rectified an error in a Will which would otherwise have resulted in a windfall of around £67,000 each for a niece and four nephews.
Suspension can be a very useful tool for employers. However, in certain circumstances it can amount to a breach of trust and confidence
DAC Beachcroft LLP
The recent decision of the High Court in the case of Brady v Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust confirms an important principle...
DAC Beachcroft LLP
The High Court has granted an interim injunction requiring an employer to permit a solicitor who had been suspended from some of her duties to perform the majority of her normal duties.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
We are still seeing a high number of Japanese knotweed claims against surveyors.
Clyde & Co
Clyde & Co has successfully defended a claim on behalf of a fairground owner, which resulted from the unsafe manoeuvring of a HGV severely injuring the Claimant on Cambridge Common.
Clyde & Co
The Court of Session has granted a decree of absolvitor to a Defender following a serious collision, despite finding that the...
Edwin Coe LLP
With the spotlight on fire safety measures in blocks of flats, there is an ongoing problem of new build insurers trying to avoid or restrict payment under ...
Giambrone & Partners
Brexit is expected to bring many changes to the UK, there are concerns about log-jams at ports, food shortages, a medical supplies shortfall and many other things.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In a recent case, the High Court has clarified the correct approach to reducing damages in order to reflect a finding of contributory ...
Clyde & Co
The Supreme Court recently considered the admissibility of evidence that would not have been available at the original trial,...
Fenwick Elliott LLP
The scheme of the private Approved Inspector was introduced by the Building Act 1984.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
The UK Supreme Court has released an important decision, limiting the circumstances when the actions of a directing mind can be attributed ...
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Recoverability of Counsel's Fees where a claim has exited the pre-action protocol for low value personal injury (Employers Liability and Public Liability) claims (the Protocol).
DAC Beachcroft LLP
In a significant ruling on the application of the Statute of Limitations in financial mis-selling claims, the Court of Appeal has reconfirmed that time will start running once a ...
Clyde & Co
The Claimants (both minors) sought damages for psychiatric injury caused after witnessing the death of their father.
Clyde & Co
Do "true value arguments" trump the duty to pay the sum due? Is "Smash and Grab Adjudication" still open?
Corporate, social and responsibility (CSR): three words when spoken together ought to mean something powerful, something fundamental and at the heart of what an enterprise does.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Whilst mostly of academic interest rather than of broader practical relevance, an interesting case management decision was made by Master Thornett
Clyde & Co
In 1996, a 32-year-old woman died of a drug resistant strain of tuberculosis after flying with a US carrier from Chicago to Hawaii.
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