By Richard Manstoff
A GP defended at trial by Richard Manstoff of the Clyde's Healthcare team was this month found not to have breached any duty of care owed to a patient who presented with a swelling ...
By Jo-Anne Demers
, Jean-Francois Landry
The Quebec Court of Appeal recently overturned a Superior Court ruling and found a lawyer and his firm jointly liable to pay nearly $7 million in damages as a result of his advice given...
By Michael Tooma
, Lucy Bochenek
The past six months has seen an increasing number of manslaughter and recklessness charges being pursued against individuals following work health and safety incidents.
By Irvine Marr
, David Owens
, Martyn Haines
In a decision handed down today, the Admiralty Court has agreed with 'Alexandra 1' interests on the application of rule 9 of the Collision Regulations (Colregs) - the narrow channel rule.
By Nigel Brook
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
By Ray Smith
, David Blumenthal
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered "the last Spring Budget" on Wednesday 8 March.
By Prarthna Chaddha
In the rapidly changing legal environment of the GCC, the introduction of Value Added Tax (VAT) is the hottest of hot topics.
By Shurooq Zainal
An interesting new law has been issued by HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid the Ruler of Dubai (Dubai Law No. 1 of 2017 – the "Law") which allows the public prosecutor to issue a criminal order...
By Clyde & Co LLP
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has announced that it is to consult on proposals to make its Fee for Intervention cost recovery scheme (the "Scheme") dispute process fully independent.
By Alexandra Teasdale
, Carolena Gordon
La Cour du Québec a récemment rejeté un recours récursoire institué par un courtier immobilier contre le Fonds d'assurance responsabilité professionnelle du courtage immobilier (FARCIQ)...
By Vineet Aneja
, Andrew Holderness
Lloyd's of London ("Lloyd's") has recently obtained final regulatory approval from the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India ("IRDAI")...
By Philip Weissman
In the United States, there has been uncertainty for decades in respect of the Montreal Convention 1999 ("the Montreal Convention") and the Montreal Convention's predecessor, the Warsaw Convention 1929...
By Mark Bisset
Despite doubts that it would be able to do so, at its 36th General Assembly in September 2016 the International Civil Aviation Organisation ("ICAO") succeeded in reaching agreement on a global "MBM"...
By Peter Hirst
, Angela Carazo Gormley
In a controversial decision, the Spanish Supreme Court has annulled an award on grounds that the tribunal was not properly constituted where an award was made without the presence...
By Edward Freeman
, Ashna Lazatin
The Malaysian Aviation Commission, an independent adviser to the Malaysian Ministry of Transport, recently established the Malaysian Aviation Consumer Protection Code 2015 to protect
passengers' rights in Malaysia.