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training and events

Table at a Browne Jacobson event

18Jul

Claims club Birmingham office

For our July claims clubs we look at the changing public sector claims profile and insurance market, and give you the information you need to keep on top of the changes.

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6Jul

Claims club

For our July claims clubs we look at the changing public sector claims profile and insurance market, and give you the information you need to keep on top of the changes.

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13Jul

Claims club

For our July claims clubs we look at the changing public sector claims profile and insurance market, and give you the information you need to keep on top of the changes.

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latest opinions

Dangerous premises may not be defective premises

The case of Dodd v Raeburn Estates Ltd has reaffirmed the important distinction between potentially dangerous premises and disrepair for the purposes of the Defective Premises Act 1972 (DPA), with the Court of Appeal finding that the freeholder of a building was not liable for the death of the Claimant’s husband who fell down a dangerous staircase in the building, concluding that there is no obligation to remedy inherent defects or to take steps to put premises into a safer condition.

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Is the fact enforcement would be a “complete nightmare” reason enough for security for costs?

The Royal Bank of Scotland is current embroiled in a £12billion class action brought by its former shareholders over the bank’s fundraising before its 2008 government bailout.

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Personal injury discount rate consultation launched

The government today published a further consultation in relation to the methodology for setting the discount rate.

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Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims - a debtors’ charter for delay?

The Master of the Rolls, Sir Terence Etherton, has finally announced the provisions of the long-awaited Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims (“Debt Protocol”) which comes into force on 1 October 2017.

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