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Ulucesme v Goel (QBD) - 10/06/14

The claimant mother gave birth to a baby with Down's Syndrome and brought a claim against the defendant general practitioner (GP). The claimant mother had medical treatment in Turkey for kidney trouble and during that time she had a triple test which showed positive and revealed that her baby w......

United Central Bakeries Ltd v Spooner Industries Ltd and Forbo Siegling (UK) Ltd - [2012] CSOH 111 - 29 June 2012

The defenders supplied a conveyor to the pursuers, a bakery, that was installed to convey hot bread from the oven to another area. The conveyor material had been ignited by burning bread and the resulting fire had damaged the building. The principal contractual claims against Spooner are to be th......

United Marine Aggregates Ltd v G M Welding & Engineering Ltd & Ors [2013] EWCA Civ 516 - 14/05/13

In an appeal against a finding that a fire was not caused by breaches of contractual and tortious duty, the public liability insurer of the successful defendants appealed an award of 50% of its costs. Held: The judge erred in making an order substantially influenced by the view that the insurer ......

University of East Anglia v. Spalding, QBD, 3/3/11

Judge Entitled To Find That Employer's Failure To Provide Plumber With Non-Slip Mats Was A Breach Of Statutory Duty And Negligent:Spencer J held that a trial judge had not erred in finding that the appellant employer's failure to provide it's plumber with a non-slip mat when working on a wet carpet......

Uren v Corporate Leisure (UK) Ltd & Ors [2010] EWHC 46 (QB) (22 January 2010)

Balance To Be Struck Between Risk of Injury And Benefits of Sporting Activities:Field J dismissed the claimant's claim for damages for personal injury and loss sustained in an accident that occurred during a health and fun day at an RAF base, when he dived head first into an inflatable pool as part......

Uren v Corporate Leisure (UK) Ltd [2011] EWCA Civ 66 (02 February 2011)

Employers' Duty To Carry Out Risk Assessment Non-Delegable But Capable Of Compliance By Satisfaction Contractor Has Carried Out Thorough Risk Assessment:The Court of Appeal held that an employer's duty to undertake a risk assessment in respect of an activity was non-delegable, as such duty was clos......