Vicarious liability: Planning an office party? Read this first.

Matthew White looks at the risks for employers in light of the decision in Shelbourne v Cancer Research ‘For an employer to be vicariously liable for a wrong it will not suffice for a claimant merely to show some connection between the wrongdoer/wrong and work or the workplace, no matter how tenuous.’ In Shelbourne v …
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