Today, the Supreme Court handed down their judgment in the long-running case of Griffiths, in which Mr Griffiths was somewhat unsurprisingly victorious. This is a judgment that is not only of importance to travel lawyers, but to all those working across the…
We woke to the news that the Icelandic authorities have warned of an imminent volcanic eruption, predicted to emanate from the Fagradalsfjall volcano, which has emitted around a thousand tremors since midnight. But those of us who remember the last European ash…
We were interested to see this week the results of a survey undertaken by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute, which found that the vast majority of the general public doesn’t know what a linked travel arrangement is or does – and 18%…
In yesterday’s webinar, Dominique Smith was joined by award-winning renowned plastic surgeon Fulvio Urso-Baiarda. They discussed practical examples of cross border clinical negligence claims, and looked at case law and standards of healthcare.
The Dekagram is back! After an all-too-brief Christmas holiday, the travel and cross border team has returned to keep our readers up to date on the activities of the courts and legislature in our field. And there is much to report. For…
This week has seen two surprising judgments and one development which didn’t surprise anyone. First and foremost, the Chambers & Partners entries for 2023 were published on Thursday, and to no one’s surprise Deka Chambers was listed in Band 1 for travel,…
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