Importance of prejudice in limitation; judicial discretion; breach of employer duty; negligence ‘Claimants and defendants alike should bear in mind the evidential burden of showing prejudice when assessing prospects of a limitation defence.‘ In Greater Manchester Police v Carroll , the Court of Appeal provides a compelling reminder of the importance of evidence of prejudice …
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