2020-08-05T14:11:00+01:00By John Hyde
Blake Morgan says it wants to concentrate on developing its healthcare work.
3 August 2020By John Hyde
Clinical negligence specialist warns that goodwill towards the NHS during the pandemic will not last.
2020-07-21T13:50:00+01:00By John Hyde
NHS Resolution reveals largest number of new claims since 2013 amid increased activity.
4 May 2020By John Hyde
Court of Appeal rules that reasons for changing from legal aid funding to a conditional fee agreement were unreasonable.
4 May 2020By Melanie Newman
Covid-19 has prompted unprecedented collaboration between personal injury claimant lawyers and the insurance sector. Could this new spirit of co-operation survive the pandemic?
Development of new regime for low value RTA claims has been a marathon rather than a sprint, but we are now close to a new system.
20 April 2020By Malcolm Johnson
Two judgments from the Supreme Court have set restrictions on the scope of vicarious liability. In Barclays Bank v Various Claimants  UKSC 13 the test was whether the tortfeasor was in fact the ‘employee’ of the employer.
17 February 2020
Andrew Roy, Nina Ross
2019-10-21T09:57:00+01:00By John Hyde
Pursuing a case against Watchstone was a costly and risky attempt to right any wrongs of the past.
By John Hyde
2019-08-15T11:25:00+01:00By Anthony Barton
If the government is serious about saving NHS money it should look at how it pays its own lawyers.
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