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18 September 2014
Welcome to the September edition of Liability Brief.

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has confirmed that fees for 'whiplash' medical reports will be cut, to help insurers lower premiums.
15 September 2014
Lord Chancellor to appoint experts to provide advice to assist in review; decision on any change to the discount rate may be made by April 2015.
15 September 2014
Following two recent court decisions, we review the current position and consider the implications for defendants faced by applications for substantial interim payments.
5 August 2014
Welcome to the summer edition of Medical Law Brief.

The NHS Litigation Authority (NHSLA) has published its Annual Review 2013/14. It confirms the NHS LA has successfully saved over £1.4 billion for the NHS by robustly defending clinical negligence claims and more than £74 million by appropriately challenging claimants’ legal costs.
28 July 2014
Welcome to the July edition of Liability Brief.
The Government has introduced the Insurance Bill (the "Bill") to Parliament. It includes some of the provisions from the Insurance Contracts Bill and other provisions which will allow the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010 to come into force.
28 July 2014
On instructions from the NHS Litigation Authority (NHS LA) Kennedys successfully defend claim by nurse who alleged her asthma was exacerbated by exposure to paint on a hospital ward.
25 July 2014
The Court of Appeal in Hong Kong has confirmed the new approach to applying the discount rate in order to ascertain the appropriate multiplier and assess damages for future losses.
24 February 2014
Welcome to the February edition of Medical Law Brief.
This edition of Medical Law Brief includes some best practice guidelines for healthcare providers.
21 February 2014
The Court of Appeal has made it clear that a tough and robust approach is to be adopted to CPR 3.9 (seeking relief from sanctions). We consider the implications for healthcare providers.
21 February 2014
Clinical negligence cases are proceeding to trial more than ever before. Out of 15 High Court clinical negligence liability trials reported on Lawtel since February 2013, the claimants were unsuccessful in 14.
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