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Defending clinical negligence cases and incurring costs

United Kingdom - August 8 2017 “I cannot leave the case without making two comments. The case before me for the Defendant was conducted with scrupulous fairness and considerable

“How can a bankrupt estate be administered - Do PRs (executor or administrator) need to act?”

United Kingdom - August 7 2017 Unlike in personal insolvency, the estate is bankrupt when its liabilities are greater than assets. There is no need for an order declaring an estate

How non UK residents should buy or own residential property

United Kingdom - July 8 2015 How should non resident or non domiciled buyers of UK residential property own or hold residential property? Overseas buyers or owners of UK

Not exactly “beachbody” ready: The negligent provision of VASER liposuction in Tracey Giles v Alexandra Chambers 2017 EWHC 1661 (QB)

United Kingdom - August 4 2017 The body image debate is one which women have been having for generations. What exactly is the “perfect body”? In renaissance Italy women were

Is Sir James Munby the modern day Charles Dickens?

United Kingdom - August 10 2017 The President of the Family Court, Sir James Munby, hit the headlines last week with his devastating judgment in the matter of X (A Child) (No 3

I’m so scared he’ll hit me again and don’t know what to do.

United Kingdom - August 17 2017 I’ve had enough and want to leave him. I’ve been living in London for the past 13 months on a spousal visa and have no income of my own. What can I do

Early settlement offers and costs consequences

United Kingdom - August 16 2017 It is not uncommon for insurers to make offers to entice claimants into early settlement, especially in cases of substantial value, where the stress

Court of Appeal confirms Part 36 costs consequences in new ruling

United Kingdom - August 15 2017 The Court of Appeal has ruled that a district judge was wrong in not applying the usual costs consequences to a Claimant’s late acceptance of a

Does my relative need to pay a ‘top-up’ fee, in addition to the standard care home fees? If a top-up fee is incorrectly applied, what are the options?

United Kingdom - August 15 2017 Law and guidance The Care Act 2014, the Care and Support Statutory Guidance 2014 (updated 2017) and the Care and Support (Charging and Assessment of

Train accidents and the CAHA agreement

United Kingdom - August 14 2017 The Office of Rail and Road shows that a staggering number of rail accidents happen each year, not only causing major disruption but also resulting