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Architects’ certificates: round 2

United Kingdom - August 26 2014 Time to get back into work mode after the summer slumber and look at a decision slipped out by the Court of Appeal right at the end of term on the...


Drug dealer’s injury damages bonanza

United Kingdom - June 10 2014 In a result which the judge acknowledged had scope to cause some serious head-scratching among ordinary members of the public, a drug-dealer has...


No sudden outburst of honesty by under-compensated miner

United Kingdom - June 9 2014 The Court of Appeal has recently upheld a County Court Judge's decision to award damages to a former miner who complained that he had been...


The icing on the cake: proximity needed to establish a duty

United Kingdom - December 5 2013 The Court of Appeal has just overturned a decision in which a surveyor was found jointly liable for personal injuries suffered by some members of the...


Flagrant misconduct by trial counsel

United Kingdom - October 4 2013 The outgoing Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge, lobbed a live grenade into the lap of one barrister in a Court of Appeal judgment on Monday, accusing...