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  • AJ

    The number of holiday sickness claims being brought against tour operators and holiday companies has soared more than 500% since 2013. The increased prevalence of such cases, which are not yet subject to strict costs provisions, has attracted both media and political a...

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  • MM

    In July, the Supreme Court concluded that Employment Tribunal fees were unlawful and at the time of writing, we are told that the process of refunding Claimants (and Respondents who repaid successful Claimants) is underway. Instituting an unfair dismissal claim will no...

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  • MG

      Prior to the final death knell of RTA portal claims (will it happen?) I thought it might help if I put together some thoughts as to the issues that need to be considered when preparing for a stage 3 hearing.  Having conducted what must amount to hundreds o...

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  • JP

    There is no statutory definition of what constitutes a recoverable funeral expense under either the Fatal Accidents Act 1976 or the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1934. The best guidance that can be gleaned from the case law in the area is that to be recover...

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  • GK

    We are delighted to announce that Miss Gwynneth Knowles QC, a former member of Chambers, has been appointed as a Justice of the High Court. The appointment will take effect from 2 October 2017 and she will be known as The Honourable Mrs Justice Gwynneth Knowles....

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  • Reception

    Atlantic Chambers are pleased to announce that following succesful completion of their pupillage both Krishma Patel and Jac Armstrong have accepted offers of tenancy.  Krishma will now join Chambers Civil group and Jac will join the Chancery and Commercial gr...

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