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Pinnacle Metal-on-Metal hip group litigation

Articles | 21st May 2018

A landmark decision in field of product liability law and definition of defect. A case summary and analysis by Alexander Antelme QC, David Myhill and Richard Sage. A copy of this article is available to download as a PDF: please click here. On 21 May 2018, Andrews J handed down judgment in the DePuy Pinnacle Metal-on-Metal hip […]

Maurice Holmes acts for PTIOs in tennis anti-corruption hearing

Articles | 4th May 2018

Summary 22-year old Colombian tennis player Barlaham Zuluaga Gaviria (“the Player”) has been suspended for three years and fined $5,000 after being found guilty of failing to co-operate with a Tennis Integrity Unit (“TIU”) investigation. The decision followed a hearing before Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer (“AHO”) Professor Richard McLaren, in which the Professional Tennis Integrity Officers […]

Valuable guidance on limitation for contribution claims

Articles | 18th Apr 2018

Carlo Taczalski discusses the valuable guidance on limitation for contribution claims arising from the judgment in RG Carter Building Ltd v Kier Business Services Ltd for Practical Law’s Construction Blog. To read the full publication, please click here.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome – A Judicial Review

Articles | 9th Apr 2018

Ruffell v Lovatt – HHJ Hughes QC 4 April 2018 In a recent judgment handed down by HHJ Hughes QC at Winchester County Court the issue of damages for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (“CRPS”) was considered. Shaun Ferris was instructed by Liddell & Co on behalf of the Defendant. The Claimant sought damages in excess […]

The Civil Liability Bill – Is there a light at the end of the tunnel?

Articles | 22nd Mar 2018

By Victoria Woodbridge With the chorus to the gospel-inspired finale track from the musical Starlight Express blaring from the radio as I made my way to the railway station this morning en route to Chambers, I thought it summed up neatly the questions that have been hovering on practitioners’ lips since September 2017 when the […]

QOCS strikes again: Corstorphine v Liverpool City Council

Articles | 21st Mar 2018

By Peter Houghton Introduction The Court of Appeal (Sir Geoffrey Vos and Hamblen LJ) handed down judgment last week in another appeal concerning the application of qualified one-way costs shifting (‘QOCS’). The decision in Corstorphine v Liverpool City Council [2018] EWCA Civ 270 marks the Court’s third foray into the QOCS realm in the past […]

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