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21 April 2017
Following Wednesday's vote to call a General Election for 8 June 2017, it appears unlikely that the whiplash reforms (contained in the Prisons and Court Bill) and the driverless cars legislation (contained within the Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill) will proceed through this parliament.
31 March 2017
Having triggered Article 50, the government has followed its self-prescribed timetable and published the Great Repeal Bill white paper; Legislating for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union (PDF).
29 March 2017
After a rollercoaster period filled with debate, deliberation and even the intervention of the Supreme Court, the government has today formally commenced the UK’s exit from the EU with the triggering of Article 50. Today’s notification has been a formality since the Article 50 Bill received Royal Assent earlier this month, and the Prime Minister’s statement to parliament along with her letter to the President of the EU Council, Donald Tusk, provided little new information.
27 March 2017
Two recent decisions of the Court of Appeal provide useful guidance on the validity of demands made under standby letters of credit or other Autonomous Demand Guarantees provided by way of security in circumstances where a final determination in law on amounts owing under the underlying contract is not available.
21 March 2017
The government’s 7 February 2017 Housing White Paper identified that “we need from 225,000 to 275,000 or more homes per year to keep up with population growth and start to tackle years of under supply” and confirmed “an extra £1.4 billion for our Affordable Homes Programme taking total investment… to over £7 billion to build around 225,000 affordable homes in this parliament”.
20 March 2017
Welcome to the latest edition of Personal Injury Brief.
20 March 2017
A summary of key developments including the discount rate reduction, review of fixed recoverable costs, rapid resolution and redress scheme for severe birth injury, raising the small claims limit, proposals for transforming the justice system, a UK Medical Licencing Assessment and updated guidance on patient information.
20 March 2017
The Lord Chancellor’s announcement on 27 February 2017 to reduce the discount rate from 2.5% to minus 0.75% surprised those representing both claimants and defendants. Whilst all parties anticipated it would fall, it was not expected to be a reduction of this magnitude. The intervening period, since the announcement, has seen a flurry of activity with claimants seeking to withdraw Part 36 Offers and defendants accepting them out of time.
15 March 2017
The long awaited judgments in the cases of McBride v UKI and Clayton v EUI were handed down today, delivering the latest blow to the credit hire industry which is still feeling the effects of the seismic judgment in Stevens in February 2015.
13 March 2017
It will not be long before future generations laugh at strange times when oddly shaped vessels needed crew on board.
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