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Darnley v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust [2017] EWCA Civ 151; Court of Appeal divided over whether an A&E receptionist owes a duty of care

In this blog Vanessa Cashman of 12KBW considers Darnley v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust where the Court of Appeal considered what, if any duty, is owed by a receptionist of an A&E department to a patient in respect of the provision of information. 1,627 more words

Case of the Day - Monday, March 27, 2017

FALL IN MOOSE RIVER, MAINE

Drive up U.S. Route 201 a pretty good way, up past Jackman and Wood Pond, and you’ll eventually happen on beautiful little Moose River, Maine, population 219. 1,365 more words

Gibson Dunn on Justice Holland’s Lasting Imprint on Corporate Law

In early February, Justice Randy Holland, the longest-tenured member of the Delaware Supreme Court, announced his plans to retire at the end of March 2017.  At the time of his appointment in 1986 by Governor Michael N. 1,204 more words

Corporate Governance

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Case of the Day - Friday, March 10, 2017

SHE SURE GOT HER BELL RUNG

A young girl and her friend sneaked onto church property to play. While they were doing whatever young kids do when they’re where they shouldn’t be, the girl pushed on a bell. 779 more words

Case of the Day - Wednesday, March 8, 2017

THE EAGLE HAS LANDED

When the elder Mr. Eagle volunteered to help trim a tree at his church, his son tagged along. It seems that Ralphie was anxious to help Daddy. 1,171 more words

Case of the Day - Monday, March 6, 2017

A MARMOT IS A VARMINT

It seems that the furry little critters called marmots dig holes and generally make pests of themselves. At least, that what Pam Tessman would tell you. 913 more words