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Academies Briefing Spring 2016

United Kingdom - March 30 2016 Fluent English will be a legal requirement for all public sector employees who work in a customer-facing role. Legislation currently allows some…

Co-authors: Paul Verrico, Morag Roddick, Nicola Lashmar, Ben Wood, Helen Cairns.


Part 36 beats fixed costs

United Kingdom - March 2 2016 When the claimant is successful at trial with their Part 36 offer, that’s when. A claim that drops out of the portal is subject to fixed recoverable…

Co-authors: Carl Hurle.


Part 36? No need to fix

United Kingdom - March 1 2016 When the claimant is successful at trial with their Part 36 offer, that’s when. A claim that drops out of the portal is subject to fixed recoverable…


A Fatal Error? Damages for future losses in claims under the Fatal Accidents Act to increase

United Kingdom - February 29 2016 Fatal claims often include claims for loss of dependency based on the deceased's income. In a non-fatal injury claim, damages are divided into two…

Co-authors: Karen Carlin.


A short breathing space for insurers?

United Kingdom - February 17 2016 Asbestos related lung cancer claims have always been a problem for lawyers. The HSE believes that there are as many instances of asbestos related…

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