Significant revisions to the Professional Negligence Pre-Action Protocol encourage parties to use the Adjudication Scheme.
David participated in workshops at the Singapore Law Society Litigation Conference and addressed the Malaysian Medico Law Society Conference.
If an arbitrator is in the happy position of being regularly appointed by a particular user, is this something which should be disclosed to the user’s opponent in the arbitration and/or can it constitute a conflict on the grounds of bias?
We had a great time in Bristol, view the full photo album online here.
Theo Barclay’s review of a new book The Secret Barrister, about the justice system, was published in the Telegraph on Saturday 14th April.
Clementine was called to the bar in 2012 and since then has undertaken a wide range of work across the healthcare setting including clinical negligence and personal injury claims, regulatory procedures and inquests.
Recovery of the “additional amount” under CPR rule 36.17(4)(d) after a successful Part 36 offer on a liability only trial.
The Court of Appeal considered the increasingly common case of an agent operating in financial services abusing his position to defraud clients, and how far the principal is responsible at common law for such activities.
Can a claimant who has instructed solicitors on legal aid, switch to a CFA and recover the success fee and ATE premium? Hailsham Chambers’ Alexander Hutton QC acted for the successful defendant in Surrey v Barnet & Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust.
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.