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Uncontroverted Expert Evidence - a Promising Decision for Defendants

United Kingdom - October 19 2021 A recent Court of Appeal judgment on a holiday sickness claim has provided some clarity regarding the proper approach towards uncontroverted expert…

Catherine McAndrew, Alaina Wadsworth, Gregor Woods

Set-off in qualified one-way costs shifting - a shift away from defendants

United Kingdom - October 7 2021 The Supreme Court has ruled that defendants owed costs in a personal injury claim cannot set-off those costs against costs they owe to the claimant…

Tim Riordan, Daniel Saul

Effective service - When, where and how?

United Kingdom - August 11 2021 A recent case in the Technology & Construction Court highlights the importance of knowing when, where and how to serve in order to ensure effective…

Jeremy Fletcher, Gregor Woods

Package holiday provider liable for acts of hotel employee

European Union, United Kingdom - August 5 2021 The UKSC found that the provider of a package holiday was liable to a guest who was assaulted and raped by a hotel employee. The decision follows…

Nicholas Draper, Catherine McAndrew, Alaina Wadsworth

Master rules school ought to have taken reasonable steps to prevent exposure to asbestos

United Kingdom - June 29 2021 In a case that will be of particular interest to the education sector, involving decades-old allegations of asbestos exposure at an independent…

Jeremy Fletcher, Paul Revill, Rebecca Shipton