Alexander Hutton QC will be speaking about Conditional Fee Agreements at the full day Costs Law Conference on 27th September
Read Andrew Post QC and Imran Benson’s case note on the Court of Appeal decision in Hislop v Perde and Kaur v Ramgharia Board.
Read Alice Nash’s full case note on the case of Cartwright v Venduct and the Court of Appeal’s decision.
Coroners’ Inquests: Ordinary clinical negligence insufficient to engage Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights
The decision in Chester v Afshar infamously represented a “departure from traditional causation principles”. In this case, the Court of Appeal has clarified and explained the true extent of that departure.
Members of Hailsham’s Professional Negligence Group attended internal training in the use of adjudication in the resolution of professional negligence disputes.
The judgment in Travelers v XYZ suggests that insurers should think carefully about how they act in any case that involves both insured and uninsured elements.
The Court of Appeal held a decision that places the risk of property fraud firmly on the shoulders of solicitors.
The decision of Teare J, handed down on 2nd May 2018, applied SAAMCO/BPE principles to an accountants’ negligence claim.
Significant revisions to the Professional Negligence Pre-Action Protocol encourage parties to use the Adjudication Scheme.