TATLA Briefing – Morris v TUI

This edition of the Newsletter considers a recent decision in the County Court which, for the first time, was concerned with the application of the Bolam test to conventional travel litigation. Practitioners who operate exclusively in this field will rarely have recourse to the seminal…

TATLA Briefing – February 2019

Past readers of this publication will know that we used to pride ourselves on our reports from what HHJ Saggerson always referred to as the “front line” of travel litigation: first instance appearances in the County Court. We are delighted to commence 2019 by reviving…

Motor Fraud Briefing January 2019

In this edition of our Motor Fraud Briefing, Francesca O’Neill and Simon Trigger discuss and comment on recent important decisions which give helpful and thorough guidance to courts dealing with road traffic accidents in which low velocity impact and fundamental dishonesty issues arise. To read…

Motor Fraud Briefing – low velocity impact and fundamental dishonesty

In this edition of our Motor Fraud Briefing, Francesca O’Neill and Simon Trigger discuss and comment on recent important decisions which give helpful and thorough guidance to courts dealing with road traffic accidents in which low velocity impact and fundamental dishonesty issues arise. These decisions…

Clinical Negligence Briefing – December 2018

In this edition of our Clinical Negligence Briefing, Katie Ayres examines the possible implications for medical practitioners, particularly those practising in paediatrics, of the pending decision of the Supreme Court in CN v Poole Borough Council, while Ella Davis and Dominique Smith take a look…

TATLA Briefing – December 2018

Can it really be that time of year again? No sooner has the fully-dressed, flame-retardant plastic Christmas tree been dispatched to the cupboard under the stairs than it is time to fetch it out again. We have enjoyed another eventful year on the travel law…

Junior Practitioner Group Briefing – October 2018

Richard and Dominique joined Chambers as new tenants on 1st October 2018, having successfully completed their pupillages with 1 Chancery Lane. In this briefing Richard will analyse some recent cost decisions and Dominique reviews some recent developments in coronial law. Richard and Dominique will be…

TATLA Briefing – August 2018

In April 2018 the Ministry of Justice published a new Pre-Action Protocol for the Resolution of Package Travel Claims. It governs all claims arising from gastric illness during package holidays where the letter of claim was sent after 7th May 2018 and the value of…

Supreme Court: CN & GN v Poole Borough Council

On 16th July 2018 The Supreme Court began hearing the appeal in CN & GN v Poole Borough Council. This was scheduled for one and a half days. The defendant was represented by Edward Faulks QC, Paul Stagg and Katie Ayres, instructed by Rob Hams of Wansbroughs. This appeal…

TATLA Briefing – May 2018

In 2017 Lord Sumption delivered a lecture to the Personal Injuries Bar Association entitled, “The Death of Personal Injury Law”. This was (probably) just a provocative lecture title, rather than a manifesto. However, it may be fair to say that the content of this presentation…

Property Law Briefing – Service by Email?

The Party Wall Act 1996 contains provisions that deal with service of documents by email (s.15(1A)-(1C)). The provisions are similar to the CPR in that they require the recipient to have stated a willingness to receive the notice or document by email (see CPR 6APD…

TATLA Briefing – March 2018

Regular readers of this Journal will know that the picture illustrations used in our header tend to the literal (we yield to no one in our lack of imagination). It would, therefore, be customary to insert a “Clip-art” Spring Lamb for this March edition, but…

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