29th Nov 2019
Unanimous Decision in Mackenzie -v- Alcoa Manufacturing (GB) Limited
Patrick Limb QC & Gareth McAloon secure unanimous decision in the Court of Appeal for the Appellant in Mackenzie -v- Alcoa Manufacturing (GB) Limited  EWCA Civ 2110. The Court of Appeal has this morning handed down judgment in this significant decision on a NIHL claim in which t...
7th Nov 2019
Altering the Land Register on Grounds of Mistake by Mark Diggle
In his latest article, Altering the Land Register on Grounds of Mistake, Mark Diggle analyses three recent Court of Appeal authorities on the meaning of “mistake” in Schedule 4 to the ...
25th Oct 2019
Damian Successfully Acts for Defendant in Hoy -v- Secretary of State for the Department of Transport & Middle East Holding Ltd
Damian Powell acts for the first Defendant in a successful application for an order that the Claimant's solicitors pay the Defendant's wasted costs following late discontinuance in a NIHL claim. ...
2nd Jul 2019
Slipping Claims and Evidential Burdens by Thomas Herbert
In his latest Personal Injury article, Slipping Claims and Evidential Burdens, Thomas Herbert considers the ci...
22nd May 2019
Special Educational Needs Newsletter - Schools and Local Authorities on Funding Special Educational Provision
In his latest SEN article, Andrew Hogan looks at the conflicts that can arise between a school and a local authority on funding Special Educational Provision (SEP). Please ...
9th Apr 2019
The Liability of Water Utility Companies in Tort for Drains Owned on Private Land
In this article, Philip Godfrey considers the liability of water utility companies for personal injury arising out of accidents involving shared drains on private land. Please ...
22nd Jan 2019
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