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BLM | United Kingdom | 11 Jun 2018

Rapid Review of GNM in healthcare

Following the Secretary of State’s announcement into a rapid policy review into gross negligence manslaughter in healthcare, the panel, chaired by Sir


BLM | United Kingdom | 7 Jun 2018

Internet images - know your position

BLM Partner Steve Kuncewisz sets out what consumers need to know about copyright law - and what can happen if you lift a picture off the internet and


BLM | United Kingdom | 1 Jun 2018

Don't let life imitate a soap opera

In an attempt by TV producers to create realistic televisual experiences, we often find soap opera storylines can be very close to the mark and that


BLM | United Kingdom | 30 May 2018

Highway authority not to blame for overgrown vegetation by road

In this case, the claimant was cycling along the road when he collided with a car that was being driven by the defendant. The accident occurred at a


BLM | United Kingdom | 30 May 2018

Package tour operator not vicariously liable for assault carried out by supplier’s employee

The claimant sought damages for personal injury and other losses arising out of a sexual assault, including rape, which she alleged took place on 17


BLM | United Kingdom | 30 May 2018

Claimant breached unless order: relief from sanctions refused

In this case, the applicant failed to comply with an unless order to file his appeal bundle. The unless order specifically provided that his claim


BLM | United Kingdom | 30 May 2018

Claimant restricted to fixed costs where failed to comply with protocol

Although this was not a casualty claim it raises interesting points in respect of the costs that a claimant can recover if they have failed to comply


BLM | United Kingdom | 30 May 2018

Court of Appeal avoids overlap in application of workplace regulations

The claimant was a police officer who trapped her thumb in the latch of an electronically operated door whilst leaving a custody suite at a police


BLM | USA, Ukraine | 29 May 2018

Cyber attacks on critical infrastructure

On 23 December 2015 225,000 homes in the Ukraine were left without power following what is thought to be the first successful cyber attack on an


BLM | United Kingdom, European Union | 25 May 2018

European Commission puts forward key changes to compulsory motor insurance - including off-road 'use'

Following its evaluation (also referred to as ‘REFIT’ review) last year of the Motor Insurance Directive, the European Commission has, on 24 May

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