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Dispute Resolution | 18th May 2017

Dealing with Coy Insurers

If you have a good claim for a substantial sum which your opponent would not be able to pay themselves if judgment was obtained, but...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution

Playing Games with Peoples’ Lives

Is it any wonder that many people view statements by politicians with scepticism? “Say one thing and do the other” syndrome is alive and well...

Isabel Bathurst

Associate, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence
Dispute Resolution | 16th December 2016

Mitson or Gloves on: An inheritance issue

The much publicised case of Ilott -v- Mitson, which has already taken up its fair share of court time finally made its way to the...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 12th December 2016

The Rule of Law

Who would be a judge in the current febrile atmosphere where a High Court decision can provoke that organ of moderation The Daily Mail in...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution

Stacking the Deck – Again! Further cost obstacles for claimants

In June this year my blog “Justice for All?” looked at how changes to the costs rules since April 2013 had benefitted Defendants at the...

Isabel Bathurst

Associate, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence
Dispute Resolution, Personal Injury | 1st September 2016

The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth

Compensation for personal injury is a restorative remedy, the purpose of which is to put the injured party back in the position they were (as...

Emily Phelan

Paralegal, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 24th August 2016

Misconduct will be punished

Few people would argue that generally speaking misconduct should be punished. In dispute cases claimants and defendants can act unreasonably and this can have serious...

Gerard Sanders

Partner, Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence
Dispute Resolution | 15th July 2016

Slow Train Coming

When in 2010 the then government passed the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act, which was intended to replace the 1930 statute of the same...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution

Hiding your Guilt behind a Fig Leaf?

Within the last week the Supreme Court has considered a Scottish case relating to the contents of Section 1 (1) of the Employers Liability (Compulsory...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution

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