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21 Apr 2022

Gareth McAloon has recently had a guest appearance on an episode of Shoosmith‘s Serious Injury Podcast titled Inquest Process and Care Home Claims. The episode hopes to provide an introduction to the inquest process which we will build upon in future episodes. This episode covers: Inquests and when they arise. Discussion around specific Shoosmiths Serious Injury case examples.…

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13 Jan 2022

To download a PDF copy of this article, please click here. On 12th January 2022, judgment was handed down in Andrew Chell v Tarmac Cement and Lime Limited [2022] EWCA Civ 7. This was the second appeal from the decision of HHJ Rawlings (“the judge”) sitting at Stoke-on-Trent County Court on 14 October 2019. He…

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29 Sep 2021

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 conduct because they are officers of the court. Rapid summary enforcement of solicitors’ undertakings underpins,…

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07 Jul 2021

Tom Carter gives his insight into the latest RICS guidance on Japanese Knotweed in his latest article. To read, please click here. To purchase Tom’s book ‘A Practical Guide to the Law in Relation to Japanese Knotweed and Other Invasive Plants’, please click here. Use the discount code KH9R2Q for 10% discount. Tom has recently appeared as…

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16 Mar 2021

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 the words ‘remote’ and ‘remotely’, as working habits changed to…

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10 Dec 2020

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 click here.

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01 Dec 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 edition features articles on the following subjects: Asbestos Fatal Accident Claims Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Claims Dementia and…

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16 Nov 2020

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. To read this article, please click here.

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05 Nov 2020

In his latest article, Thomas Herbert looks at the decision of the Court of Appeal in Diriye v Bojaj [2020] EWCA Civ 1400, which is of significance to all civil practitioners, and credit hire practitioners in particular. To read the article, please click here.

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09 Oct 2020

In their latest article Philip Turton and Abigail Scott provide commentary on today’s important Court of Appeal decision in Swift v Carpenter [2020] EWCA Civ 1295. To read this article, please click here.

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27 Aug 2020

Samuel Shelton and Thomas Herbert have prepared a detailed case note looking at allegations of fundamental dishonestly following the recent decision in Pegg -v- Webb [2020] EWHC 2095 (QB). To read, please click here. To share on LinkedIn, please click here.

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24 Aug 2020

In his latest article, Philip Godfrey discusses the recent ruling of Holmes -v- S & B Concrete Ltd and its impact on cases where the Defendant company has been in liquidation and then dissolved. Please click here to read.

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