Toby Stewart, Sarah Hopkinson and Kate Longson look back to the leading House of Lords decision in Baker v Quantum Clothing Group Ltd  1 WLR 1003 and discuss how the concepts of risk and acceptable limits of exposure now operate in modern day ...
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