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Personal Injury Law

Published: 06/06/2017 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents Farrar’s Building News Roberts v. Johnstone: a new accommodation Periodical Payment Order and the new Discount Rate Pension Claims and the new Discount Rate Discrimination Claims in the Civil Courts: Is an Injury to Feeling sufficient to trigger QOCS protection Case Law Update To subscribe to this update please email Steve Gurnett. To download […]

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Education Law Update – May 2017

Published: 04/05/2017 | Newsletters

Contents News Office of the Schools Adjudicator Report 2015-6: Admission Appeals – Where are we now? Students want bang for their buck: Private law claims for breach of duty in the field of educational provision Examining University Complaints Procedures with Academic Rigor: An explanation of the role of the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for […]

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Costs Newsletter – April 2017

Published: 19/04/2017 | Costs, Newsletters

Contents News Fixed costs Merrix v Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, [2017] EWHC 346 (QB) Does Late Acceptance of a P36 Offer Result in an Indemnity Costs Order? Case Law Round-up To download a copy of this month’s update, click here. To subscribe to our Cost Law Newsletter, click here. News Clive Thomas, Editor […]

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Personal Injury Update – January 2017

Published: 12/01/2017 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents News The Journey Continues: Vicarious Liability & Collisions Deregulation of Health and Safety Law for the Self-Employed Case Law Update To download a copy of this month’s update, click here. To subscribe to the Personal Injury Updates, click here. News by Nigel Spencer Ley, Editor A Happy New Year from all at Farrar’s. As […]

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Insurance Law Update – December 2016

Published: 13/12/2016 | Insurance, Newsletters

Contents Fraudulent Claims – the Supreme Court – the give and the take Drones and Insurance Case Law Update To download a copy of this month’s insurance law update, click here. News To-date 2016 has been an exciting year for insurance law – six insurance cases have made it to the Supreme Court. John Meredith-Hardy […]

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Personal Injury Update: October 2016

Published: 31/10/2016 | Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents News Foreseeability of injury – Keeping it real Fixed costs regime and the multi-track: does the rational of Qader apply to Employer’s Liability claims as well? Case Law Update To download a copy of this month’s update, click here. To subscribe to the Personal Injury Updates, click here. News By Huw Davies, Editor In […]

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Costs Newsletter – August 2016

Published: 08/08/2016 | Costs

Contents News Infant Approvals: Success fees and ATE premiums Trip wire or just tripped up? Proportionality trumps reasonableness and necessity Case Law Round-up To download a copy of this month’s update, click here. To subscribe to our Cost Law Newsletter, click here. News Clive Thomas, Editor Welcome to Farrar’s Building’s inaugural costs newsletter which will be […]

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Personal Injury Update – July 2016

Published: 19/07/2016 | News, Newsletters, Personal Injury

Contents: News Legislation Update – The Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 The difficulties faced when pursuing a landlord for injuries caused on a demised premises. Is liability a step too far? Case Law Update To download a copy of this month’s update, click here. To subscribe to the Personal Injury Updates, click here. […]

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