There have been so many important tort cases over the past 12 months that it became necessary to dedicate a webinar to discussing the implications of the most significant of them. Our experts will bring you the latest practical ramifications of each of the following:
- Hayward v Zurich Insurance Co PLC (2016) UKSC 48.
- Lazarus Estates Ltd v Beasley  1QB 702.
- Sharland v Sharland  UKSC 60.
- Roocroft v Ball  EWCA Civ 1009.
- Versloot Dredging v HDI Gerling (2016) UKSC 45.
- Zurich Insurance v Bain (4th June 2015).
- S.57 Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015.
- Willers v Joyce (2016) UKSC 43.
- Carder v University of Exeter  EWCA Civ 790.
- Graham v Commercial Bodyworks (2015) EWCA Civ 47.
- Cox v MoJ  UKSC 11.
- Modamud v Morrisons (2016) UKSC 10.
- Vaickuviene v Sansbury (2013) IRLR 792.
- Beaumont v Ferrer (2016) EWCA Civ 768.
- Hounga v Allen (2014) 1 WLR 2889.
- Pitts v Hunt(1990) 3 AER 334.
- Symes v St Georges NHS Trust (2014) EWHC 2505 (QB).
- Lunnan v Singh (1999) CPLR 587.
- Shah v Ul-Haq  EWCA Civ 542.
- Summers v Fairclough  UKSC 26.
- Fari v Homes for Haringey.
- Irfan v Mahmood and CIS General Insurance.
- Gosling v Screwfix Direct Ltd.
- Hanif v Patel.
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