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Personal injury and clinical negligence

High Court rules on the “identifying the successful party” principle

The High Court has declined to follow the “party who writes the cheque” approach in a case where the claimant recovered less than one per cent of the amount of damages it sought and failed in two of the three pleaded causes of action. Read more >

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Chambers are delighted to welcome Heather Lockwood

Heather has recently joined chambers following over 7 years’ litigation experience in 2 well-known solicitors’ firms in central London specialising in insurance. She was instructed in almost every conceivable type of claim that might be expected in a defendant insurance practice, such as personal injury, clinical negligence, property damage, construction, Inquests, and discrimination. She also


Published: 15th May 2017