The Scottish Maritime Museum has been in the news for adopting gender-neutral signage for ships as a response to vandalism of its signs.
In Suki Waschkuhn v Capital Asset Management Limited and Wimbledon Central Residents' Association Limited the court was concerned with a dispute in respect of works to Mrs Waschkuhn's terrace.
Grahame Aldous QC becomes the first barrister to achieve the highest level of accreditation available from APIL for his outstanding contribution to personal injury law.
A report of the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee issued on 1st May 2019 highlights that the UK was once regarded as world-leading in forensic science.
In a reserved judgment handed down on the 26th April 2019, Mr Justice Murray dismissed the Claimant's appeal in the lengthy on-going case.
Our wonderful Consultant Clerk, Garry Farrow is leaving Chambers at the end of the month, to spend more time in Winchester where he lives.
Giles Mooney QC successfully resisted an appeal from the Defendants in a claim under the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1934 and the Fatal Accidents Act 1976.
APIL's forthcoming advanced brain and spinal cord injury conference is taking place at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, South Wales from 12th to 14th June 2019.
Tom Little QC prosecuted Natasha Welsh at the Old Bailey, after a trial lasting just over a week.
James Cracknell's feat in winning the Boat Race at 46 after suffering a serious cycling accident in 2010 is extraordinary and inspiring.
Stuart McKechnie QC will shortly start work as part of the 4 person editorial team updating / revising the Judicial College Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in PI cases.
On 2nd April 2019, the Court of Appeal handed down a reserved judgment which rejected Max Clifford's application for leave to appeal against his conviction.
Jeremy Ford has been appointed as the new General Editor of the Journal of Personal Injury Law (JPIL), taking over from Colin Ettinger.
Jacob Levy QC succeeds Andrew Ritchie QC, to whom we are extremely grateful after six years of leadership.
Shahram Sharghy successfully persuades the High Court to reject an Appeal by the Defendant seeking to challenge a Master's decision dismissing its application to withdraw an earlier admission of liability.
The Claimant, between the ages of 16 and 19, suffered sexual abuse during the course of consultations with Dr Andrew Clayton (Consultant Psychiatrist) employed by Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust in the 1990s.
The Court of Appeal have rejected an appeal by a neurosurgeon against a finding that he acted negligently in administering anticoagulant drugs too early after surgery to decompress the spine.
The Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA), is holding its Annual Conference at St Catherine's College in Oxford from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th March.
Settlement of cases involving borderline capacity can sometimes raise difficult issues. In a case heard in the Queen's Bench Division on 18th March 2019 the medical evidence suggested that the claimant had capacity to litigate.