Monthly Archives: May 2018

Personal Injury Newsletter – May 2018

Published: 22/05/2018 | Personal Injury

Welcome to this edition of the Farrar’s Building PI newsletter, a fully GDPR compliant newsletter ahead of the dreaded 25th May implementation date. No doubt all our readers will have been scratching their heads and chewing their nails over the last few months (or possibly just weeks or days) at the complexity of the regulations […]

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Upcoming event – The Expert Series: Road Traffic Accident Reconstruction Seminar – Wed 20th June at 6pm – London Transport Museum

Date: Wed June 20, 2018 at 18:00
Location: London Transport Museum, London, UK

The next in our Expert Series of seminars will focus on Road Traffic Accident Reconstruction. Date :   Wednesday, 20th June 2018 Time :  6pm – 9pm Venue :  The Cubic Theatre, London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, London, WC2E 7BB This is the seminar series where the lawyers take a back seat and we invite the experts to address us on issues […]

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Howard Cohen succeeds in establishing fundamental dishonesty against Claimant carer

Published: 17/05/2018 | News, Personal Injury

Howard Cohen recently won an application seeking a finding of fundamental dishonesty in order to enforce costs against a Defendant, following the Claimant’s discontinuance of her claim against her, just 3 days before trial was due to commence. The Claimant, Mrs. L, was a friend and paid carer for the Defendant, Mrs. D, who suffered […]

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Congratulations to Clive Thomas on his appointment as a District Judge on the South Eastern Circuit

Published: 14/05/2018 | News

We are delighted to announce that Clive Thomas has been appointed to be a District Judge on the South Eastern Circuit, based at Medway County Court, with effect from 4 June 2018. Link to the Courts and Tribunals Judiciary website.  

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The Costs of Fundamental Dishonesty

Published: 08/05/2018 | News

Alan Jeffreys QC, Defence Counsel in the case of Patel v Arriva Midlands & Zurich Insurance provides a summary in this conventional case which took an unusual turn. The Claimant was run down by the Defendant’s bus in Leicester in January 2009. He had a cardiac arrest at the scene, together with a traumatic brain […]

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