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training and events

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Bringing together a strategic plan to manage a major insurance incident London office

Hear expert guidance on how to manage a major incident.

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latest opinions

Court experts beware...

The case of Ruffell v Lovatt is a salutary tale of how a party’s expert’s evidence can unravel in court. The Judge severely criticised one of the Claimant’s experts, finding him ill-prepared and ill-equipped to give balanced and impartial evidence.

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When a claimant must accept the risk of his own actions

The Court of Appeal decision in Clay v TUI UK Ltd [link] considers where an intervening act is sufficient to break the chain of causation.

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Public inquiries - given their cost, what’s the evidence they achieve their aims?

Yesterday saw the publication of a report on this question by the National Audit Office. It observed that the government has spent more than £200 million on 26 Inquiries that have been established and reported since 2005.

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Small claims u-turn?

The Justice Select Committee has now called on the government to put then Chancellor, George Osborne's, plans on hold whilst the litigation reforms already implemented over the past five years are evaluated.

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