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COVID-19: relaxed drivers' hours rules don’t replace fatigue risk assessments

United Kingdom - March 23 2020 The state of play of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK is developing rapidly. Demands to resupply critical medical provisions, panic buying and…

Litigation in England and Wales: 2020 and beyond

United Kingdom - January 30 2020 In its most recently published figures, the Commercial Court reported that some 75 per cent of the cases issued in the first quarter of 2019 had an…

Michael Barlow, Richard Bedford, Justin Briggs, Andrew Burnette, Jeremy Dickerson, Sian Edmunds, David Hall, Chris Jackson, Kevin Kennedy, Suzanne Padmore, Chris Preston, James Sutherland, Ian Tucker, Michael Ward.

Can a non-party access court documents? Yes, but only if you need them.

United Kingdom - August 5 2019 Generally speaking, documents filed in a case may only be seen by the parties in that case and used in that case. Anyone who is not a party will find…

Tom Whittaker.

Acoustic Shock: Royal Opera House loses appeal against landmark decision

United Kingdom - May 3 2019 In 2018, inan unprecedented High Court judgment, a musician successfully claimed damages from his employers in respect of irreversible hearing loss…

Legionella: do your staff understand the risks?

United Kingdom - August 10 2018 BUPA Care Homes (BNH) Ltd was recently fined £3 million plus with an order to pay £151,482 costs following the death of a patient who contracted…

Matt Kyle.