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Firm sees off £1.9m negligence claim

A London firm has successfully defeated a High Court challenge from a former client who lost £1.9m in a protracted land sale.

Following a hearing in the High Court, His Honour Judge Dight (pictured) said the burden was on the claimant to prove on the balance of probabilities what it would have done if non-negligent advice had been given. 76 more words

Business

An Iatrogenic Death: Part 3

After the operation my father was returned to the ward at about 5.30pm. I rang my mother that evening to see if she had any news. 1,127 more words

Dad

This is what's killing our NHS a lack of care & empathy for Patients....

I often tell people that one of the major problems we have in the NHS today is the total lack of care and empathy many of its employee’s have for the people it’s meant to care for namely the patients, the case of… 269 more words

NHS

Law in South Africa

I have not been an avid follower of the Oscar trial. I have found the whole fiasco a bit disturbing. In South Africa we have murders everyday and yet because this one individual is famous it is more important than any of the others (human nature I know). 834 more words

Intentions

Ira Glass of This American Life (TAL) is justified in his anger.  In confronting Mike Daisey in the lies he expressed in his monologue on… 602 more words

Apple

Really, folks: that's not even B.C. law any more

Judges, we know, have long memories. They talk amongst themselves. It doesn’t do a lawyer’s clients any good, let alone the lawyer’s reputation, if judges begin with the assumption counsel doesn’t know the applicable law. 580 more words

British Columbia Law