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6 June 2019 Reaction: Supreme Court rules no duty of care in negligence in Poole Borough Council v GN and another

This morning (6 June) the Supreme Court has handed down its decision in Poole Borough Council v GN and another. The court dismissed the appeal and upheld the decision in the lower court that the claim should be struck out. The claim addresses broad issues with the potential to impact on negligence claims against many public bodies including health and education.

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12 December 2018 Browne Jacobson strengthens growing public sector litigation practice with partner hire

Law firm Browne Jacobson has expanded its public sector insurance litigation practice team with the appointment of partner Cynthia Watts.

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27 June 2018 Browne Jacobson retained on insurance legal panel serving consortium of London boroughs

Browne Jacobson has been re-appointed to the Insurance London Consortium’s (ILC) panel following a competitive tender process. The appointment is for a five year term, commencing 1 July 2018.

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24 October 2017 Aspiring Browne Jacobson lawyer praised for outstanding exam results with prestigious award

Browne Jacobson’s commitment to investing in its people has been further echoed after an aspiring lawyer at the firm was honoured at the 2017 Civil Courts Users Association (CCUA) with a special award.

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1 December 2015 Top PI award for Browne Jacobson

Browne Jacobson’s technical claims and social care team have scooped a national award at the Eclipse Proclaim Personal Injury Awards 2015.

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12 November 2015 Court of Appeal foster care abuse ruling welcome news for councils and insurers

In NA v Nottinghamshire County Council the Court of Appeal ruled today that local authorities do not owe a child in foster care a non-delegable duty and also confirmed that a local authority cannot be held vicariously liable for the wrongful actions of foster parents.

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