MONTHLY ROUNDUP: FEBRUARY 2015

Here is a roundup of what we were discussing in February:

POSTS ON LIABILITY

Justin Crossley considered the circumstances When notice is not required to succeed in an injury claim against a landlord

Ruwena Khan looked at the case of Ford -v- Silverstone (2015) QBD in No duty of care owed to extremely reckless friend using dangerous machinery

PROCEDURE

Vilma Vodanovic discussed the importance of CFAs being compliant with the Cancellation of Contracts etc. Regulations 2008 in Conditional Fee Agreements

Who pays the costs of an application for pre-action disclosure? Mark Henley considers this point in Costs and Applications for Pre-action Disclosure 

DAMAGES

Gordon Exall considered how judges set about calculating damages in personal injury cases in Assessing Damages: Why the judges go back to basics and the very practical consequences

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