Articles matching "liability"
Covert recordings made by the claimant of medico legal examinations were deemed "reprehensible" but "relevant and probative" in the context of a "question mark" raised over the neuropsychological…Read more
In the recent case of Cavanagh v Witley Parish Council (1) and D Kevin Shepherd (t/a Shepherd Tree Surgeons & Forestry Contractors) (2)  the High Court ruled a parish council to have been…Read more
With the transcript of the recent judgment in Lynch v Ed Walker Racing Limited  now available, Amy Jeffs, a member of the Equine Group at DWF LLP, looks at the decision in more detail.Read more
The Supreme Court has today decided by a majority of 4-1 that a local authority can be held vicariously liable for abuse of a child committed by foster parents whilst in their careRead more
Andrew Cousins reviews this interesting decision limiting the expansion of duties placed on hospitals. In Darnley v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, the High Court held that the Trust did not have a…Read more
Andrew Cousins reviews the recent High Court decision in Purser v Hibbs & Anr (2015) which raises two interesting issues following a discovery of dishonest exaggeration through the use of…Read more
The ARB is unlikely to welcome being used by clients as a means of avoiding indebtedness, writes Mark Klimt.Read more