It has been a strange summer yet all too soon the nation is deflating paddling pools, spending the national debt of a small country in shoe shops and fervently sewing on name tapes as September and a new academic and…
In this latest Briefing, with recent news in mind that members of the emergency services involved in responding to the Grenfell Tower disaster are bringing claims for psychiatric injury, Ella Davis discusses the fascinating but tricky topic of the law relating to…
The up and down life of (semi) lockdown rumbles on. If you want a break from slack chats, remote court hearings and virtual quiz nights for a few moments, we have another 1CL Medical Law briefing for you.
Acting in cases involving local authorities is a cornerstone of the work done by the Personal Injury group at 1 Chancery Lane. Members of Chambers have appeared in many of the leading cases over recent decades in all areas from education and…
So-called “secondary victim” claims for damages for psychiatric injury are hard to establish. For the last 30 to 40 years, and for reasons founded in both difficulties of diagnosis and perhaps a mistrust of injuries you cannot see, claims for damages for…
One of the key issues now facing the country revolves around when and if schools should reopen. At times the debate has appeared to pit Central Government against Local Authorities, teachers against parents, and doctors against scientists.
As we face more time under the shadow of Covid-19, now in this ‘new normal’, many of us are using technology more and seeing the legal issues that are arising out of it/IT. There have been Data Protection and Human Rights…
Daily life continues to be dominated by the widespread impact of Coronavirus. In this briefing we bring you a round-up of some of the ways in which coronavirus is having an impact on litigation and Medical Law.
In recent years there has been a substantial body of case law – both at European and domestic level – on the proper scope of Chapter II, Section 4 of recast Brussels I (No 1215/2012): the consumer contracts ground of jurisdiction. The…
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