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AI – Najar and others v The Cumberland Hotel (London) Limited [2019] EWHC 1593

A hotel owner was not in breach of their duty of care

Peter Forshaw
Peter Forshaw Partner
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Brexit in a page - what you need to know.

Brexit expert Jacqui Bickerton summarises all you need to know about the discussions in Parliament this week.

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Principal Associate

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Company restoration: Time limit removed for insurers

Insurers will now be able to bring proceedings in the name of companies no matter when they were dissolved.

Michael Budd Principal Associate

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"Have you had a data breach in the last six years?"

Solicitors and Claims Management Companies advertising for personal injury claims are out of touch - these days, a privacy breach is the new 'claim…

Mark Brenlund
Mark Brenlund Partner

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EAT backs employee’s right to appeal in right to work case

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has recently decided that a claimant who was dismissed after he failed to produce evidence of his right to work…


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Intervening cause or just foreseeable carelessness?

The claimant’s act of seeking to climb onto a neighbouring balcony when locked out of his hotel room was an intervening cause that broke the chain of…

Peter Wake
Peter Wake Partner

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Liability takes a holiday

A travel company was not liable for the sexual assault and rape of a holidaymaker by a member of staff at the hotel where she was staying.

Peter Forshaw
Peter Forshaw Partner

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When is a contract written in stone?

Andrew Cromby, Partner at Weightmans LLP, considers whether the terms of any contract can truly be said to be fixed.

Andrew Cromby
Andrew Cromby Partner

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