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GS v Blade and Covea Insurance


Simon Browne KC achieved a £10 million settlement for a 18 -year old student rendered a partial tetraplegic when the car in which he was a passenger left the road… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Simon Browne KC Date

39 Essex Chambers shortlisted for ‘Chambers of the Year at The Personal Injury Awards 2022


Chambers is delighted to have been shortlisted once again for ‘Chambers of the Year’ at the Personal Injury Awards 2022. The event, in its 15th year, honours excellence within the… Read more »

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Nominations for The Legal 500 Bar Awards 2022


We are delighted to announce that a large number of our members and practice groups have been shortlisted for inaugural The Legal 500 Bar Awards. Individual nominations include: Public Law… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Gregory Treverton-Jones KC, Neil Block KC, James Strachan KC, Vikram Sachdeva KC, Nina Goolamali KC, Christian Du Cann, Christiaan Zwart, Christopher Staker, David Mitchell , Peter Mant, Katherine Apps, Steve Broach Date

Scope of Duty – the forgotten ingredient


In this webinar, James Todd QC and Emma Corkill: – explain the key points you need to know – discuss the Supreme Court’s decision in Khan v Meadows – consider… Read more »

CategoryWebinars Archive Author James Todd KC, Emma Corkill Date

Is the court bound to accept uncontroverted expert evidence: Griffiths v TUI?


In Griffiths v TUI (UK) Ltd[1] (judgment 07.10.21) the Court of Appeal considered the extent to which a court can refuse to accept uncontroverted expert evidence.  Uncontroverted here means “that there is… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Bernard Doherty Date

X v Kuoni Travel Limited


The Supreme Court (“the SC”), following guidance from the Court of Justice of the European Union (“the ECJ”), has answered some controversial questions about the Package Travel, etc., Regulations 1992… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Bernard Doherty Date

To plead or not to plead: when to plead fundamental dishonesty?


Does a defendant need to formally raise an allegation of fundamental dishonesty (‘FD’) in its pleaded case to obtain a finding of FD at trial? Since the Court of Appeal… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Vaughan Jacob Date

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