Case report: Dryden v Johnson Matthey plc [2018] UKSC 18

Asymptomatic physiological changes; actionable injury; economic loss ‘The claimants (appellants) were negligently exposed to platinum salts by their employer in breach of statutory and common law duty. They developed platinum salt sensitivity, in itself an asymptomatic condition.’ In Dryden v Johnson Matthey plc [2018], Lady Black gave the sole judgment for the Supreme Court allowing …
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