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Our thanks this month go to Peter Adlard, Head of Legal Operations at Hebble Law, for his views on “MedCo – a role to play”
Our thanks to Donna Scully, former Chair of MASS and Partner, Carpenters, who tells us why it’s time to weed out the bad
Our thanks this month to Kieran Magee, MASS Regional Co-ordinator – Yorkshire and Partner and Head of Compliance for True Solicitors LLP who shares his views on the possible implications of the Government’s intended reforms.
The Blurred Lines of Fundamental Dishonesty
Our thanks this month to Tamsin Waugh, MASS Regional Co-ordinator – North East, and head of EL at Winn Solicitors who explains why Nesham v Sunrich Clothing is so important for innocent, albeit unsuccessful claimants
Politics and common ground
Brian Castle, MASS Regional Co-ordinator for Scotland and Solicitor and Partner at Digby Brown LLP looks at the implications of Brexit on the victims of RTAs
The importance of shoes
Fiona Scurlock, MASS Regional Co-ordinator for the South East and PI Solicitor at Gray Hooper Holt LLP, Redhill, shares her experience of the importance of shoes in the workplace and of kit not fit for the office!
Claims involving uninsured or untraceable drivers
Paul Lewis, MASS Regional Co-ordinator South Central and Partner and Head of accident management at George Ide LLP
A pain in the neck
David Boobyer of Tollers Solicitors shares his views on the government’s proposals to remove whiplash injury compensation
Two wheels Good, Four Wheels Bad?
Stuart Gist (MASS Regional Co-ordinator for the South West and Senior Associate – Personal Injury, Serious Injury Team at Clarke Willmott), concludes it’s not that simple as he gets back to basics on the law as it relates to cyclists
Access to Justice
Shelyna Marical, MASS Regional Co-ordinator for East Anglia and Partner at Hansells, highlights further threats to access to justice
What access to justice?
Paul Nicholls, MASS Regional Co-ordinator for Central West and Partner at Nicholls Brimble, reflects on the multitude of changes the legal world over the past few decades and remembers why it is still worthwhile