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Patients lose metal on metal hip replacement litigation

United Kingdom - May 31 2018 In Gee and others v Depuy International Limited 2018 EWHC 1208 (QB) Mrs Justice Andrews found that the Defendant manufacturers of metal on metal hip...

Robert John, Gavin Reese, Nick McMahon.

Court of Appeal upholds decision that insurer liable for costs of defending uninsured claims

United Kingdom - May 31 2018 The Court of Appeal held in Travelers Insurance Company Ltd v XYZ 2018 EWCA 10 that the Defendant insurer was liable to meet a third party costs...

Robert John, Gavin Reese, Nick McMahon.

The EU Product Liability Directive - is it still relevant?

European Union - May 31 2018 Directive 85374EEC - the "Product Liability Directive" came into force on 30 July 1985. It established the principle of liability without fault...

Robert John, Gavin Reese, Nick McMahon.

Which? investigation find companies giving “inadequate and incorrect advice” over faulty white goods

United Kingdom - May 31 2018 Consumer watchdog Which? has revealed that an undercover investigation found that Whirlpool and retailers AO.com, Argos, Co-Op Electricals, Currys PC...

Robert John, Gavin Reese, Nick McMahon.

Brompton recall 144,000 folding bikes

United Kingdom - November 24 2017 The British bicycle manufacturer, Brompton, has issued a voluntary recall of 144,000 folding bikes due to safety concerns with the axle. Some riders...

Robert John, Gavin Reese.