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Costs: Part 36 genuine offers

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Paul Jones reviews where the line is drawn between tactical and valid offers to settle


Pre-action admissions: Applications to withdraw

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Kieran Coleman advises on the prospects of success, prejudice and the administration of justice


Airline passenger claims: ‘Accident’ in the Montreal Convention 1999

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Michael Dougherty looks at a recent case involving a slip on airline steps that clarifies the circumstances in which the definition of ‘accident’ is met


Motor insurance: The death of a declaration

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Richard Viney considers the practical effects of the Motor Vehicles Regulations 2019


Case report: Dodds v Arif [2019] EWHC 1512 (QB)

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Life expectancy evidence; Ogden tables; medical experts


Planning policy: Labour Party land use and planning proposals

| Property Law Journal | September 2019

Jane McMenemy and Fiona Sawyer examine potential Labour Party planning policy following publication of a report promoted by the party’s general secretary


Brain injury claims: Rehabilitation after catastrophic and severe brain injury

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Pankaj Madan examines the importance and types of rehabilitation available after brain injuries


Infant approval hearings: Seven top tips

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Jonathan Holsgrove provides practical advice on how to achieve the courts’ approval


Part 36: Pick and choose

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Can a court award some but not all of the Part 36 consequences under CPR r36.17(4)? Harriet Wakeman discusses


Package travel litigation: Making reference

| Personal Injury Law Journal | September 2019

Katherine Deal QC reports on the first case where the Supreme Court has considered a claim under the Package Travel Regulations, which has resulted in a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)


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