Category Occupational Stress
THE IMPORTANCE OF RISK ASSESSMENTS: IMPORTANT HIGH COURT DECISION AND A REMINDER OF FORTHCOMING TALK
In CC v Leeds City Council  EWHC 1312 (QB) Mr Justice Turner reiterates the importance of the risk assessment in personal injury litigation. On appeal the judge rejected an argument that a claimant had failed to prove causation. The defendant’s argument that the claimant had not established negligence were withdrawn in the course of the appeal. […]
Throughout 2016 the Zenith Personal Injury Team have been busy blogging about the latest news in PI and civil procedure. Here, as the first “review of the year” are all the posts topic by topic. POSTS ON PROCEDURE This has been (as always) an interest year in relation to procedure. Vilma Vodanivic considered what happens […]
By Gordon Exall Friday is ( or may be) effectively the last day you can issue under the old fee regime. This is going to be a busy day for many litigators. Here are five points in an attempt to ensure that no long-term problems arise.
By Gordon Exall Twitter and other sources have been full of stories of solicitors issuing numerous proceedings to avoid the (wholly ridiculous) price hike next week. There are a few things that should be borne in mind by all those who have issued but are not proposing to serve immediately.