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Perry v Raleys: Supreme Court considers the constituent elements of causation and loss in professional negligence cases
Yesterday the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Perry v Raleys on the correct approach to deciding a claim for loss of a chance arising from alleged negligently conducted litigation. In this article…Read more
Increasing regulatory activity - Is there a disconnect between the civil liability of accountants in law and regulatory themes?
The end of last year saw the release of Sir John Kingman's much anticipated review of the FRC, which recommended a radical overhaul of the current system including proposals that the FRC be replaced…Read more
Defendants in many areas of law can often feel that they are 3-0 down once breach of duty is conceded, but causation can give rise to significant opportunities to retrieve the situation, whether as a…Read more
The 2016 preliminary issues decision in Burgess v Lejonvarn (upheld on appeal in 2017) sparked much interest, holding as it did that an architect owed her friends a duty of care whilst providing…Read more