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Product Manufacturers Breathe a Sigh of Relief – Wilson v Beko [2019] EWHC 3362 (QB)

Introduction Consumers of products are not able to circumvent the limitation longstop restricting claims for damages being brought under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 (“the CPA”) more than 10 years after the product is first put into circulation. The Claimant...

by Plexus, 12 Dec 2019

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Can a Solicitor Put Right an Error? SRA and Howell Jones LLP v SRA Standards and Regulations 2019

Summary When an error is made and discovered by a solicitor, then the instinct is to try and rectify the position; especially, where there is an ongoing commercial relationship with the client. However, should solicitors be reticent about attempting to...

by Plexus, 11 Dec 2019

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15th Edition of the Judicial College Guidelines Heralds 7% Increase

The 15th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines for the Assessment of Damages in Personal Injury cases was published on 26 November 2019, updating the guideline valuations for personal injury practitioners and the judiciary in assessing general damages: The update...

by Plexus, 6 Dec 2019

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Product Manufacturers Breathe a Sigh of Relief – Wilson v Beko [2019] EWHC 3362 (QB)

Introduction Consumers of products are not able to circumvent the limitation longstop restricting claims for damages being brought under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 (“the CPA”) more than 10 years after the product is first put into circulation. The Claimant...

by Plexus, 12 Dec 2019

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NEWS ARTICLES

Can a Solicitor Put Right an Error? SRA and Howell Jones LLP v SRA Standards and Regulations 2019

Summary When an error is made and discovered by a solicitor, then the instinct is to try and rectify the position; especially, where there is an ongoing commercial relationship with the client. However, should solicitors be reticent about attempting to...

by Plexus, 11 Dec 2019

Read More

NEWS ARTICLES

15th Edition of the Judicial College Guidelines Heralds 7% Increase

The 15th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines for the Assessment of Damages in Personal Injury cases was published on 26 November 2019, updating the guideline valuations for personal injury practitioners and the judiciary in assessing general damages: The update...

by Plexus, 6 Dec 2019

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