21 July 2021 - Written by Philip Davy
The single joint expert’s decision can often have a decisive effect upon the viability and outcome of a given claim, particularly a disease claim. If the expert’s opinion is unfavourable, the aggrieved party will want t...
17 May 2021 - Written by Richard Gregory
Non-Party Disclosure and CPR 31.17: Sparkes v London Pension Funds Authority & Leigh Academies Trust
A good month for claimants in historic asbestos claims continues. Coming shortly after Scarborough College Ltd v Winter  EWHC 1549 (QB), in which a Show Cause finding in a claimant’s favour was undisturbed on appeal (...
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