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The final AAIB report issued today is an important milestone for the families who lost loved ones at Shoreham.
How did the courts decide whether a claim for clinical negligence using a jurisdiction clause invoked under Brussels I (recast) was valid or not? Chris Deacon, associate at Stewarts Law, examines the case of Roberts v Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association
We are delighted to appear in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For. Just 10 law firms across the country made the cut, we feature at 58th overall on the list, the 6th legal firm, and one of only 2 with a Leeds presence.
Victims of serious injury from accidents on the slopes are currently protected in a number of different ways by the UK's membership of the EU. How does Brexit impact this?
Experts are relied upon to offer an objective, informed and independent assessment of a case on the matters on which they are asked to opine. Their duty is to the court and is absolute.
Stewarts Law responds to the Government’s proposals to introduce driverless cars to the roads of Britain.
James Healy-Pratt gives a valuable insight into the potential problems practitioners might encounter when dealing with claims after aviation accidents
Changing expert witnesses during a case involves both practical and tactical considerations, as Rebecca Hill explains.
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