Our popular bulletins and events will keep you abreast of the latest legal developments.

Our annual keynote seminar was held on Tuesday, 18 June 2019 at the Vale Resort. Speakers included Simon Evans, Peter Bennett, Amanda Evans and guest speaker, Steven Ford QC.

This edition considers a claim brought under the Occupiers’ Liability Act where the Claimant slipped and fell whilst visiting a leisure centre, as well as various case summaries.

This edition considers recent case-law regarding fundamental dishonesty, the meaning of ‘use of vehicle’ and apportioning liability for speeding.

Our annual keynote seminar was held on Tuesday, 18 June 2019 at the Vale Resort. Simon Evans considered the impact of the Civil Liability Act 2018, Peter Bennett provided a regulatory update and Amanda Evans and guest speaker, Steven Ford QC, discussed recent developments following CN v Poole BC [2019] UKSC 25.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition considers a claim brought under the Occupiers’ Liability Act where the Claimant slipped and fell whilst visiting a leisure centre and case summaries relating to the recoverability of Counsel’s fees and the Court’s approach to Blamire awards.

This edition considers recent case-law regarding fundamental dishonesty, the necessity for bespoke life expectancy evidence, the meaning of ‘use of vehicle’ where a vehicle had been parked in a private garage which caught fire and apportioning liability for speeding.

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  2019 Publications

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a highways claim in which the Defendant was permitted (somewhat unusually) to adduce expert engineering evidence and case summaries relating to interim applications and costs issues.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a highways claim in which the Defendant was permitted (somewhat unusually) to adduce expert engineering evidence and case summaries relating to interim applications and costs issues.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a highways claim in which the Defendant was permitted (somewhat unusually) to adduce expert engineering evidence and case summaries relating to interim applications and costs issues.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a highways claim in which the Defendant was permitted (somewhat unusually) to adduce expert engineering evidence and case summaries relating to interim applications and costs issues.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a highways claim in which the Defendant was permitted (somewhat unusually) to adduce expert engineering evidence and case summaries relating to interim applications and costs issues.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition includes a claim where the court considered whether a second action amounted to an abuse of process, an update on the new personal injury discount rate and case summaries relating to expert evidence and vicarious liability.

Our annual keynote seminar was held on Tuesday, 18 June 2019 at the Vale Resort. Simon Evans considered the impact of the Civil Liability Act 2018, Peter Bennett provided a regulatory update and Amanda Evans and guest speaker, Steven Ford QC, discussed recent developments following CN v Poole BC [2019] UKSC 25.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.

Our monthly review of developments in the insurance and public sector. This edition covers a case where a design feature (a groove) in the highway did not amount to a breach of duty by the defendant, provides an update on 'failure to remove' claims and includes various case summaries.