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Personal Injury Briefing – May 2023

In this Deka Chambers Personal Injury Team briefing we are focusing on recent topical developments in the quantum and settlement fields. 

Hugh Rimmer provides a practical assessment of the case of Barry v MOD, which addressed the correct approach to adjustments for…

Alternative Dispute Resolution Briefing – May 2023

Welcome to the first edition of the Deka ADR Team Briefing.

This is a really exciting time in the history of ADR, which is increasingly at the front and centre of any litigation procedure.

Lisa Dobie here considers the future of ADR,…

Clinical Negligence Briefing – March 2023

Welcome to the March 2023 edition of the Clinical Negligence briefing. Here, Laura Begley and Ella Davis bring you commentary on some of the notable clinical negligence cases reported over the last few months, touching upon a range of issues from consent…

Briefing: Work Accident Claims and Insolvency

Work Accident Claims and Insolvency: A whistlestop tour

A range of issues are thrown up in a work accident claim where either the claimant or defendant becomes insolvent. Less common, but it does come up in work accident claims is the insolvency…

Crime Briefing – February 2023

Welcome to the first edition of the Crime Briefing which focuses on the topical area of protest law and legislative changes as a result of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022, with articles from Francesca Kolar and Madeleine Miller.


Deka Briefing: Workplace Liabilities

Deka Chambers is a pre-eminent common law Set.  We are proud of the range of market leading expertise we offer across our different practice areas. At the heart of our ethos is celebrating those things that connect us as well as championing…

Special Briefing – The Brexit Bonfire: The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill

It is perhaps unsurprising that in the light of all the recent political excitement the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill has not received sustained publicity. But for cross border and travel lawyers the implications of the Bill’s provisions are as…

TATLA Newsletter – August 2022


Clarke v Kalecinski & Others [2022] EWHC 488 (QB, Foster J)

It is increasingly common for UK consumers to travel overseas for cosmetic/aesthetic surgical procedures. On occasions, there is a sub-optimal outcome…

Special Briefing – Holiday Cancellations and Refunds: Is the Flicker of Hope Test a Thing of the Past?

The Covid-19 pandemic and the measures taken in response to it have revealed a number of fault lines in all areas of the law. These areas of uncertainty are slowly being resolved as the courts grapple with claims brought in the aftermath…

TATLA Newsletter – February 2022

From Keefe to Tattersall and section 3 of Brussels I recast: expansion and contraction in “matters relating to insurance”


Prior to 13 December 2007 an English solicitor seeking compensation for an English client injured elsewhere in the European Union would…

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