21st Apr 2022
Podcast: Inquest Process and Care Home Claims
Gareth McAloon has recently had a guest appearance on an episode of Shoosmith's Serious Injury Podcast titled Inquest Process and Care H...
13th Jan 2022
Chell v Tarmac - The Common Law Unmoved on Vicarious Liability and Direct Duty
To download a PDF copy of this article, please click here. On 12th January 2022, judgment w...
29th Sep 2021
Supreme Court Discusses Undertakings Given by Incorporated Law Firms and Interests Protectable by Restraints of Trade
Civil practitioners will be well aware of the court’s important power to enforce solicitors’ undertakings summarily. Such undertakings are given in a wide range of situations but particularly conveyancing and litigation. Solicitors are held to the highest standards of professional con...
7th Jul 2021
Updated RICS Guidance on Japanese Knotweed
Tom Carter gives his insight into the latest RICS guidance on Japanese Knotweed in his latest article. To read, please ...
16th Mar 2021
Stress at Work: Identifying and Assessing the Risks of Working From Home
WFH: The New Normal ‘Lockdown’ was, unsurprisingly, word of the year for 2020 according to the editors of Collins’ dictionary. The editors of the Oxford English Dictionary, however, identified this as just one in a list that included a 300% increase in the use of...
10th Dec 2020
'Recovering Private Healthcare Costs in a Personal Injury Claim' by Shilpa Shah
Shilpa Shah contributed to the November edition of the AvMA UK Lawyers Service Newsletter with her article on recovering private healthcare costs in personal injury claims. To read, please ...
1st Dec 2020
Ropewalk Disease Newsletter | December 2020
We are delighted to publish our second newsletter focused on disease litigation. This newsletter covers developments on presently litigated matters, a steer as to the types of claims which may emerge as well as updates on our barrister’s practices. The December edi...
16th Nov 2020
'More Likely Than Not: The Civil Standard of Proof Applies to All Short-Form and Narrative Conclusions at Inquests' by Thomas Herbert
In this article, Thomas Herbert analyses the Supreme Court’s decision in Maughan, which held that the standard of proof for conclusions of suicide and unlawful killing at inquest is the balance of probabilities. ...
5th Nov 2020
'Three for the Price of One: A Case Note on Diriye v Bojaj' by Thomas Herbert
In his latest article, Thomas Herbert looks at the decision of the Court of Appeal in Diriye v Bojaj  EWCA Civ 1400, which is of significance to all civil practitioners, and credit hire practitioners in particular. ...
30th Oct 2020
'Chell v Tarmac - What are the Implications?' by Andrew Lyons
In our latest article Andrew Lyons and Chris Wilson of CMS discuss the implications in interpreting the law of vicarious li...
- Podcast: Inquest Process and Care Home Claims
- Chell v Tarmac - The Common Law Unmoved on Vicarious Liability and Direct Duty
- Supreme Court Discusses Undertakings Given by Incorporated Law Firms and Interests Protectable by Restraints of Trade
- Updated RICS Guidance on Japanese Knotweed
- Stress at Work: Identifying and Assessing the Risks of Working From Home