08 Jul 2013 - , 00:00
Since the implementation of the Jackson reforms in April this year, the number of Loss of a Chance (LOAC) claims against solicitors is likely to increase.
This seminar is a refresher on the core principles of these claims, followed by an exploration of the cases dealing with claims against solicitors for LOAC arising from litigation, including:
- Allied Maples Group Limited v Simmons & Simmons
- Mount v Barker Austin
- Hatswell v Goldbergs
- Allen v Sir Alfred McAlpine & Sons
- Armory v Delamirie
- Browning v Brachers
- Gold v Mincoff and a number of other cases.
John de Waal QC will be chairing this seminar.