Motor insurance; property damage; Road Traffic Act 1988; Motor Insurance Directives
John McDonald examines recent motor insurance cases in the CJEU and their effect on UK law
Katherine Souter assesses the status of an award of damages for breach of the public procurement rules
Robert Bell reports on a recent decision of the EFTA Court
In part one of a two-part consideration, Jorren Knibbe assesses judicial developments in the first half of 2017
A new motor insurance agreement has come into force after a government consultation.
An EAT ruling has highlighted that the UK’s discrimination legislation is at odds with EU law, reports
The claimant was the brother of the deceased. She died intestate on 22 January 1997. The claimant became her personal representative pursuant to a grant of letters of administration made on 2 August 2000. The claimant was entitled to one third of the deceased’s estate there being two other stirpital branches of the family...