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Home // Archives for October 2014
Innocent until probably guiltyTesting the limits of illegality as a defence to civil claims: the Supreme Court decisions in Henderson v Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust and Stoffel & Co v GrondonaLocal authorities on thin ice this winter: contribution claims, the burden of proof and availability of causation defence in HA 1980, section 41(1A) claims
Construction adjudication: a peep into the futureKim Franklin QC and Ivor Collett to speak at CIArb webinar “Construction adjudication: current developments and a peep into the future”“Keeping an eye on COVID-19: the morning after the night before” by Harry Vann & Katie Sage
Mark Balysz has secured a non-custodial sentence for a company director originally charged with gross negligence manslaughterClean Sweep for Crown Office Chambers’ Health and Safety Team at Chambers UK Bar Awards 2020Counsel from Crown Office Chambers successfully defend trial judge’s decision on appeal in cauda equina syndrome case
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