Honesty, integrity and how professionals should behave. Where do the boundaries (if there are any) lie between honesty and integrity? We now have our answer.
The new case of Spire Healthcare v RSA in the Court of Appeal raises some interesting issues for those dealing with claims made policies and aggregation issues.
The Supreme Court today handed down judgment in the case of Steel v. NRAM, considering the circumstances in which a solicitor for one party to a transaction may owe a duty of care and be liable for negligent misstatement to the other party.
Michael Pooles Q.C. and Henry Bankes-Jones have recently received judgment from the Supreme Court in the case of Barton v Wright Hassall  UKSC 12
Case note on JMX v. Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals by Dominic Nolan QC and Eva Ferguson (Counsel for the Claimant JMX).
Imran Benson reports on Progas v Pakistan, which was handed down on Friday 9th February.
Summary of the talk given by William Flenley QC at the Hailsham Chambers Professional Indemnity Seminar at the Lloyds Building on 25th January 2018.
Cyber issues / the GDPR: a recent case and the insurance petition
Hailsham Chambers is pleased to announce leading clinical negligence specialist Dr Peter Ellis joins their Medical Law Group on 9th January 2018.
The Pupillage Gateway is now open! Please visit our pupillage page to find out more.