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Supreme Court: Insurers liable to solicitors when portal claims settle directly with claimants
  • Clyde & Co LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • April 20 2018

The Supreme Court, approving the ruling of the Court of Appeal, allowed Gavin Edmondson Solicitors (GES) to recover its costs despite Haven Insurance

Drake, a redefining judgment on breach of mandate and contractual damages
  • Hogan Lovells
  • South Africa
  • April 19 2018

In a precedent setting judgment, the Supreme Court of Appeal in Drake Flemmer & Orsmond Inc & Another v Gajjar NO 2017 ZASCA 169 (1 December 2017

£298,000 awarded to husband and wife following serious road traffic collision
  • Anthony Gold Solicitors
  • United Kingdom
  • March 29 2018

On 16 August 2013 a collision occurred on the A14 slip road for Brompton between my clients’ car and a larger car driven by the Defendant. My clients’

Fundamental dishonesty - a new defendant tactic?
  • Anthony Gold Solicitors
  • United Kingdom
  • March 20 2018

What constitutes “fundamental dishonesty” has recently been the focus of attention for personal injury practitioners, particularly since Section 57 of

Will the court allow a change of expert before trial?
  • Levi Solicitors
  • United Kingdom
  • March 13 2018

Expert evidence is used in many disputes (from personal injury to commercial disputes, property to professional negligence). Experts are there to give

JMX (A child proceeding by his mother and litigation friend) v Norfolk & Norwich Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 2018 EWHC 185 (QB)
  • BLM
  • United Kingdom
  • March 3 2018

In this case, liability was in dispute and the matter went to trial. Prior to the hearing the claimant had made a Part 36 offer to accept 90 per

It is not inherently dangerous to run
  • BLM
  • United Kingdom
  • March 3 2018

The claimant was a pupil at the defendant's school. At approximately 2:55 pm there was a physical education ('PE') lesson for mixed year groups. The

Fundamental Dishonesty: Tinnitus claim falls on deaf ears
  • Clyde & Co LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 27 2018

The Claimant was involved in an accident when a metal tile from the roof of a lift fell on her head. The lift roof had fallen and in the absence of

No special treatment for litigants in person
  • RadcliffesLeBrasseur
  • United Kingdom
  • February 21 2018

The Supreme Court has given judgment in Barton v Wright Hassall1, rejecting the claimant’s appeal, a litigant in person, that his service of a claim

Baseball fans go to bat for safety, strike out on standing.
  • Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP
  • USA
  • February 19 2018

We know it’s still hockey season but an interesting decision from the Ninth Circuit recently caught our eye involving the national pastime. Hoping to