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Judges and Lawyers are Sadly Not Exempt from Murphy’s Law

As Murphy’s law gloomily states, anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Lawyers and judges are certainly not immune from making basic mistakes...

Financial Fraud – Banks Under No Duty to Play Detective, High Court Rules

To what extent, if any, are banks under an investigatory duty to protect their clients from fraud? The High Court considered that critical issue...

Unconventional NHS Job Interview Infected by Discrimination, ET Rules

Many employers understandably prefer an informal atmosphere when interviewing job candidates. However, as an Employment Tribunal (ET) ruling showed, there is always a risk...

Court Acts Fast to Save Airport Logistics Group From COVID-19 Insolvency

Many companies are struggling to survive amidst the COVID-19 pandemic but, so far as judges are concerned, it is a case of all hands...

Private Hospitals Operator Triumphs in £20 Million Insurance Dispute

No matter how long and technical the wording of an insurance policy may be, it may contain ambiguities that can only be resolved with...

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Judges and Lawyers are Sadly Not Exempt from Murphy’s Law

As Murphy’s law gloomily states, anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Lawyers and judges are certainly not immune from making basic mistakes but, as a High Court...

Financial Fraud – Banks Under No Duty to Play Detective, High Court Rules

To what extent, if any, are banks under an investigatory duty to protect their clients from fraud? The High Court considered that critical issue...

Unconventional NHS Job Interview Infected by Discrimination, ET Rules

Many employers understandably prefer an informal atmosphere when interviewing job candidates. However, as an Employment Tribunal (ET) ruling showed, there is always a risk...

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