Litigation Recent Decisions 07/05/96

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HighQ launches AI survey, aiming to sift through the hype

When it comes to artificial intelligence in the legal industry, the number of platform options are soaring with almost 70 companies focused on creating AI-enabled legal technology solutions, according to a LawGeex report. It’s also clear that firms and other businesses will want to evaluate and invest in multiple AI platforms to solve different problems, […]

Angola: The Mining Law Review

By João Afonso Fialho, Ângela Viana Angola is one of the greatest diamond producers in the world and has extensive reserves of valuable natural resources, notably diamonds, gold, iron ore, phosphates, copper, manganese, and many other mineral resources. Unfortunately, the civil war (1975–2002) had a tremendous impact on the mining industry, which was basically put […]

Benefits and perils of permanent health schemes in employment contracts

In the recent case of Awan v. ICTS UK Ltd [2018] 11WLUK 385 (Simler J, President) the EAT confirmed and strengthened previous decisions (Aspden v. Webbs Poultry [1996] IRLR 251, Briscoe v. Lubrizol Ltd[2002] IRLR 607, amongst others) To the effect that a term will be implied into contracts of employment that “once the employee has become entitled to […]

Canadian securities regulators concern on problematic promotional activities by issuers

By Brett A. Kagetsu, Denis G. Silva A recent announcement by Canadian securities regulators demonstrates their growing concern with biased promotional materials, and highlights the risks to issuers when engaging with prospective investors. The regulators state that they are seeing promotional activities by issuers that are either untrue or unbalanced to such a degree that […]

Imprisonment fears allayed for arbitrators and experts involved in UAE-Seated arbitrations

By Courtney Rothery, Robyn Waller Imprisonment fears have been allayed for arbitrators and party-appointed experts involved in UAE-seated arbitrations following the latest amendments to Article 257 of the UAE Penal Code. THE PREVIOUS WORDING OF ARTICLE 257 OF THE UAE PENAL CODE In October 2016 arbitrators and party-appointed experts involved in UAE-seated arbitrations (who may or may not […]

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Litigation Personal Injury 07/05/96

Manning v Brent & Harrow Health Authority – QBD 29 April 1996 Claimant: Ronan Manning, 5 Incident : Medical negligence Injuries: Oxygen starvation at birth resulting in cerebral palsy, spastic quadriplegia, epilepsy and need to be fed through a tube into stomach Award: £800,000 (agreed damages) Judge: Mr Justice Mantell Plaintiff’s solicitors: Nelson Cuff (Harrow) […]

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A MEDIEVAL law, dating back to 1373, has forced a London solicitor who wants to become a notary public to move his business offices out of central London. Mark Smith of Prince Evans solicitors has had to move his office to Ealing in West London because of a law governed by the medieval guild of […]

In brief: Kidd Rapinet merger goes ahead

Regional firm Kidd Rapinet has merged with Francis & How of Wendover, Buckinghamshire, with effect from the end of April. Jane Aldridge and Bill Squire, former partners of Francis & How, have joined Kidd Rapinet – Aldridge as a partner and Squire as a consultant. The Wendover office will continue to practise from the existing […]

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