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The case of Glenluce Fishing Co Ltd (G) v Waterman Ltd (W) has shown the court allowing the claimant to amend the value of claim outside of limitation.
The finding of 4-1 majority in the Supreme Court in favour of an appeal, and rejecting an insurers right to repudiate a claim based (to an extent) on lies will go down as more than a statistic.
the Court of Appeal upheld a judgment that a taxi driver was not liable in negligence to two passengers, both 17 years old, when he continued to drive despite being aware that the passengers were not wearing seatbelts and one of the doors of the taxi was open.
The recent case of Edwards v Kumarasamy will give heart to social landlords because the Supreme Court has overturned the judgment of the Court of Appeal.
A judge at the Old Bailey has recently sentenced a construction company on two counts of corporate manslaughter and one count under the Health and Safety at Work Act.
Judge Edis granted permission for the employer, Network Rail, to bring committal proceedings for contempt against a claimant and his primary witness (his mother).
A plant hire company has been fined £300,000 and ordered to pay £50,000 in prosecution costs following a fatal accident in which an employee sustained head injuries.
A recent Law Commission report entitled ‘Consumer Prepayments on Retail Insolvency’ has considered the need for greater protection for consumers.
The court’s decision in the case of Goldcrest Distribution Ltd v Charles McCole Mary McCole and another  shows a strict application of the ‘Denton Rules’.
A consultation commenced this week which looks at the pathway to driverless cars, seeking responses from the industry by Friday 9 September 2016
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