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Actionable or acceptable? - The narrow line between sport and Tort

United Kingdom - June 22 2022 Personal injury claims arising out of incidents between participants in sport is an area that has provided some difficult issues over the years given…

The High Court re-confirms the test in negligence between sporting competitors

United Kingdom - January 17 2022 So said National Hunt jockey Tony McCoy (now Sir Anthony McCoy), and if anyone should know it’s him. In a career in which he rode 4,358 winners, and…

Bilal Mirza

The Limits Of Strict Liability Under The Animals Act 1971

United Kingdom - December 16 2021 In Ford v Seymour-Williams [2021] EWCA Civ 1848 the Court of Appeal handed down an important decision on the interpretation of section 2(2) Animals…

Claimant ordered to pay £10,085 following fundamental dishonesty finding at Trial heard virtually

United Kingdom - September 6 2021 In Andreiciuc v Futaba Manufacturing UK Ltd, the Claimant alleged that he suffered a back injury whilst attempting to undertake a torque test as part…

Claire Laver, Tania Sless

“When we stop taking risks, we stop living life”

United Kingdom - September 2 2021 Adding to the burgeoning canon of cases in which courts have accepted that accidents do happen and that not every injured Claimant has a right of…

Cassandra Mitchell, William Swift