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9 January 2014
Welcome to the first edition of Liability Brief for 2014.
9 December 2013
Welcome to the last edition of Liability Brief for 2013.
15 November 2013

Court of Appeal confirms tour operators are not required continuously to upgrade holiday resorts.

8 November 2013
Welcome to the November edition of Liability Brief.
4 November 2013
Apart from Public sector agencies, all employers in the UK are required by the law to insure against liability for injury or disease to their employees arising out of their employment. The employers are required to purchase Employers Liability Insurance under the terms of the Employers Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act of 1969.
31 October 2013
This guide provides an ‘at a glance’ review of the new Pre-Action Protocol for low value personal injury (Employers’ Liability and Public Liability) claims.
30 October 2013
Supreme Court allows appeal against Court of Appeal decision that state run school did not owe a non-delegable duty of care to pupil injured during a swimming lesson.
17 June 2013
Welcome to the June edition of Liability Brief. First impressions of the Jackson reforms indicate that courts are taking a tough stance towards non-compliance with the new rules. How the judiciary interprets the rules will be vital to the success of the reforms and only time will tell whether judges continue to apply a firm hand (and one which is hopefully consistent with each other).
22 May 2013
Welcome to the May edition of Liability Brief. I was delighted to take the opportunity last week to address the All-Party Political Group in Insurance and Financial Services in Parliament, about the cost of Litigation to UK PLC. Sharing the platform with a number of our clients, we were able to impress upon ministers that the cost of dealing with unmeritorious claims continues to do serious harm to UK corporates. We highlighted that there is often too much focus put on whiplash when considering the cost of personal injury claims. There are broader issues which need to be recognised and addressed, including those which stem from the introduction of alternative business structures and ongoing commoditisation of litigation.
1 May 2013
Court of Appeal confirms school was not liable following the death of a pupil during an adventure training exercise.
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