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THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN THE NEW LAW JOURNAL ON 24 FEBRUARY 2017. The growth of international travel for both work and pleasure has meant the number of injury claims relating to accidents abroad has increased.  However, the fact that an accident...
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Those of you who are familiar with insurance law matters will no doubt already be aware of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling in the case of Damijan Vnuk v Zavarovalnica Triglav (Vnuk). However the implications of the case may be very wide for all of...
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On Friday 11 November, the Court of Appeal handed down their unanimous judgment on this longstanding appeal [1].  The appellant, Acorn Group, were appealing a decision made in Birkenhead County Court in February 2015 on a question of costs. Under the...
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Cyber risk can come in many forms. The term sounds futuristic, but in reality the risks are present now. Some of the risks do relate to new and emerging technologies such as driverless cars and drones. However, often the risks are closer to home. You will...
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So far, nothing at all! Nothing has changed legally since the vote to leave the EU. The UK is still a member of the EU. The referendum result itself is not binding; it is advisory. The mechanism for leaving the EU has been much discussed in the press....