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Valuing a claim following professional negligence

Mrs Jean Edwards v Hugh James Ford Simey (a Firm) (2018 EWCA) is an interesting case involving solicitor’s negligence in the bringing of a disease claim under a vibration white finger scheme against the Department of Trade and Industry by the estate of a former miner.

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Is the law catching up with social media… landmark case sees 19yr old sentenced to 18 weeks detention for breaching victims’ anonymity

Under the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 2000, Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1992 and the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1976 (as amended by the Criminal Justice Act 1988), lifetime anonymity is afforded to victims of sexual abuse in current and historical claims.

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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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