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Inquests: Unlawful Killing and Suicide – Standard of Proof

The Supreme Court has just handed down on 13 November 2020, a majority judgment (3:2) in Maughan v HM Senior Coroner for Oxfordshire regarding the standard of proof required in Inquests for verdicts of unlawful killing and suicide. By majority,...

by Plexus, 17 Nov 2020

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Credit Hire and Impecuniosity – Diriye v Bojaj

Defendant lawyers who regularly deal with credit hire cases are often left frustrated by bland, generic pleadings provided by claimants in relation to the often decisive issue of impecuniousity. However, following the recent Court of Appeal ruling in Diriye v...

by Plexus, 6 Nov 2020

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Case Alert – Phantom Passenger Claims

Two Claimants who supported the false injury claims made by their supposed passengers have had their own claims thrown out and been found to have acted dishonestly. The man and the woman had been involved in a genuine accident with...

by Plexus, 13 Oct 2020

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NEWS ARTICLES

Inquests: Unlawful Killing and Suicide – Standard of Proof

The Supreme Court has just handed down on 13 November 2020, a majority judgment (3:2) in Maughan v HM Senior Coroner for Oxfordshire regarding the standard of proof required in Inquests for verdicts of unlawful killing and suicide. By majority,...

by Plexus, 17 Nov 2020

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NEWS ARTICLES

Credit Hire and Impecuniosity – Diriye v Bojaj

Defendant lawyers who regularly deal with credit hire cases are often left frustrated by bland, generic pleadings provided by claimants in relation to the often decisive issue of impecuniousity. However, following the recent Court of Appeal ruling in Diriye v...

by Plexus, 6 Nov 2020

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The effect of Covid-19 on the Sentencing Guideline for Health and Safety Offences

Sentencing Guideline for H&S Offences The Sentencing Guideline applies to all organisations who are sentenced on or after 1 February 2016.  It provides a structure by which the Court can consider the range of sentences appropriate for each type of...

by Plexus, 19 Oct 2020

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