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The courts’ continued extension of the scope of vicarious liability has rendered organisations potentially liable for the actions of an ever-increasing number of individuals.
Claims in respect of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) are still regularly heard in our courts.
High Court finds approved inspectors do not owe a duty of care under Defective Premises Act 1972
The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in a case concerning the scope of vicarious liability in circumstances where an employee’s wrongful conduct occurred outside of both office hours and the workplace.
Christmas is invariably accompanied by worsening weather as winter sets in. With that in mind, it is absolutely vital all businesses review their procedures for eliminating the risk of slips in icy conditions,
In a refreshing decision in the County Court at Croydon, District Judge Gambril ordered the claimant to pay the defendant’s costs in the sum of £800 due to the claimant’s unreasonable behaviour.