“If the duty is to advise whether or not a course of action should be taken, the adviser must take reasonable care to consider all the potential consequences of that course of action.... If his duty is only to supply information,…if he is negligent, he will be responsible for all the foreseeable consequences of the information being wrong.”
What happens when a professional gets it wrong?
Posted by Jennifer Rhind on 06 July 2023
This week has seen some sharp debate around the release of migration statistics, including barbed criticism of the Government for perceived failure to deliver on a Brexit promise. Stacey Lambert, Associate in Wright Hassall’s Business Immigration team, takes a closer look.Read article
Elle Cass is the Head of Strategic Built Environment Growth at SLR Consulting, a firm specialising in sustainability consulting. She is a passionate advocate for DEI initiatives in the sector, and here talks to us about the benefits that better representation brings, as well as the challenges we still face in our collective journey towards a more diverse, equitable and inclusive industry.Read article
With artificial intelligence (AI) rapidly advancing, the UK held the first ever AI Safety Summit (Summit) at Bletchley Park on 1 November and 2 November 2023 aiming to consider the risks of AI and discuss how they can be mitigated through internationally coordinated action.Read article