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  • Crime - 13, November
    Collision boat

    Oliver Willmott prosecutes on serious collision between car transporter and ferry on River Humber

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    Posted by Colleen Inker

    A former captain and marine pilot have each been given four months suspended sentences after pleading guilty to causing a collision in the River Humber. Gehan Sirimanne, marine pilot, now retired and Ruslan Uromov, former captain were sentenced at Hull Crown Court today (8th November) after pleading guilty to offences in connection with a collision … Continue reading Oliver Willmott prosecutes on serious collision between car transporter and ferry on River Humber

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  • Personal Injury - 9, November

    Local Authorities are liable for abuse by foster carers

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    Posted by Joanna Lewis

    Armes v Nottinghamshire County Council [2017] UKSC 60 The Supreme Court has ruled by a majority of 4:1 that a local authority was vicariously liable for the abuse committed by the foster parents of a child in the 1980s. However, the Court rejected the argument that the local authority was liable on the basis of … Continue reading Local Authorities are liable for abuse by foster carers

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  • Personal Injury - 8, November

    Fundamental Dishonesty and QOCS

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    Posted by Christopher Taylor

    An analysis of the recent Court of Appeal decision in Howlett v Davies and Ageas insurance Ltd [2017] EWCA Civ 1696 On 30th October this year Lord Justice Newey gave the leading judgment of the Court of Appeal in this latest case that sought to clarify the exception to the general rule that a losing Claimant … Continue reading Fundamental Dishonesty and QOCS

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