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February 2016

Banking and Finance Disputes Update - February 2016

Banking and Finance Disputes Update - February 2016

DAC Beachcroft's Banking & Finance Disputes Update focuses on events occurring within the banking, financial, city business and general regulatory ...

Asbestos related lung cancer and the apportionment of liability

Asbestos related lung cancer and the apportionment of liability

The question of how the courts should approach causation in a claim for asbestos-related lung cancer was considered by the Court of Appeal in Heneghan ...

Accountancy Newsletter February 2015

Accountancy Newsletter February 2015

DAC Beachcroft's Accountancy newsletter features topical news and insights for our clients and contacts.

Fatal Accident Multipliers to be calculated from Trial: Knauer v Ministry of Justice (2016) UKSC 9

Fatal Accident Multipliers to be calculated from Trial: Knauer v Ministry of Justice (2016) UKSC 9

The Supreme Court has today unanimously overturned 37 years of established law to hold that when calculating the dependency in Fatal Accident claims m ...

Cyber Business Interruption: The modern "blue screen of death". Seminar & Videos.

Cyber Business Interruption: The modern "blue screen of death". Seminar & Videos.

Recent cyber attacks on business operations have shown that businesses' vulnerabilities to electronic systems have come a long way since the simple "b ...

WP29 release letter on scope of health data

WP29 release letter on scope of health data

WP29 were asked by the EC to provide clarification on the definition of health data in respect of lifestyle and well-being Apps. In an Annex to the le ...

Is an interlocutory judgment the end of the road?

Is an interlocutory judgment the end of the road?

The question of whether a judgment for damages to be assessed should allow a Defendant to dispute the cause of a compensatable condition was considere ...

TUPE Service Provision Change Webinar

TUPE Service Provision Change Webinar

DAC Beachcroft's Georgina Rowley provides an update on the TUPE service provision change, and what you need to know and do as a result of the recent d ...

NHS Resolution (formerly NHS Litigation Authority) Succeeds in Having £498k of Additional Liabilities Disallowed in Just Two Cases

NHS Resolution (formerly NHS Litigation Authority) Succeeds in Having £498k of Additional Liabilities Disallowed in Just Two Cases

NHS Resolution (formerly the NHS Litigation Authority) has successfully challenged the transfer of funding from the Legal Services Commission (public ...

Time to Respond

Time to Respond

Most leases of commercial premises provide that the tenant cannot assign the lease without the consent of the landlord. The landlord is under a statut ...