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What is an insured defendant obliged to disclose about their private insurance arrangements?
Accountants can draw some comfort following the recent Court of Appeal decision in Mehjoo v Harben Barker.
What sort of PII issues are likely to face practitioners contemplating accreditation and their insurers?
Doctors and social media download
A number of calls are taken each year from doctors and other clinical professionals reporting that damaging information has been published about them.
This article examines some of the different types of claim or medico-legal query Mills & Reeve received in its Claims Handling Unit or out-of-hours service during 2013.
In Woodland v Essex County Council the Supreme Court reviewed the law on non-delegable duties of care and set out the criteria when a non-delegable duty arises.
The Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Gabriel v Little addresses the question whether a solicitor provides ‘advice’ or ‘information’ and the scope of duty under SAAMCo.
Being negligent does not mean being liable. Being negligent and causing an injury means a liability arises.
Mills & Reeve has extended its professional indemnity team with the addition of three solicitors and a paralegal.