Essential reading

  • HS2 compensation update

    In advance of the second reading of the Hybrid Bill for HS2, scheduled for 28 April, the government has announced revised compensation rules

  • Counting the cost of safety in the NHS

    Jeremy Hunt has launched ‘Sign up for Safety’, a voluntary initiative designed to reducing medical accidents by a third

  • Interest Rate Hedging Products

    Interest Rate Hedging Products (“IRHPs”) were sold by banks with the intention of limiting exposure to interest rate variations. A recent case - the case of Hockin v Masden - considers insolvent claimants.

Case studies

  • Saving employment costs for parcel carriers

    A prominent parcel delivery business based in the North of England was finding that margins were getting tighter and it was difficult to keep the business profitable with other rising prices such as fuel, and cost of borrowing.

  • Professional negligence claims against solicitors

    Pursuing a negligence claim against a solicitor can make good any losses caused by their negligent advice and it is not as complicated as you may think.

  • Claiming after negligent beauty treatment

    Last year, Sir Bruce Keogh, reviewed the cosmetic treatment industry, particularly relating to non-surgical interventions such as dermal fillers and botox. Wright Hassall has advised patients in claims against negligence cosmetic treatment practitioners.

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