6 April 2021 - Written by Patrick Limb QC
On 25 March 2021 the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (“IIAC”) published "COVID-19 and occupation: position paper 48” – found ...
26 February 2021 - Written by Kam Jaspal
Long Covid is the term used to describe the lasting effects of contracting COVID-19 and has been referred to as the “hidden health crisis of the pandemic”. There is growing support for Long Covid (also known as...
Jack McCracken and Sarah Hopkinson revisit the question of liability for COVID-19 infections, this ti...
3 June 2020 - Written by Kam Jaspal
In this article, Kam Jaspal provides an update on asbestos litigation in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic and summarises recent developments in the area, from asbestos in schools to low exposure claims and limitation. As...
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