Practice Notes: Health & Safety

Populist ‘SARAH’ Bill is a licence for have-a-go-heroes, says APIL

Government 'rhetoric' will make bad neighbours out of Good Samaritan

21 Jul 2014

Firm footing

The Health and Safety at Work etc Act, now in its 40th year, is still fit for purpose and standing tall in the face of government deregulation, say Peter J

08 Jul 2014

Letting the dust settle

McGregror v Genco (FC) Ltd shows the importance of assessing standards at the time of the alleged breach of duty in mesothelioma claims, say Simon Morrow a

01 Jul 2014

Personal injury lawyers must come together

The onslaught of reforms have left injured people the losers, says Joh

17 Jun 2014

Health and safety update

The government's desperation to reform health and safety legislation is putting workers' lives at risk, believes Zahr

21 May 2014

Enterprise Act: An Act of treachery

The change to death in the workplace legislation is an underhand act of government that sets back the UK by centuries, says Jame

01 May 2014

Health and safety update

Zahra Nanji considers whether Section 69 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act will increase the number of workplac

21 Jan 2014

Personal injury update

Vijay Ganapathy reviews the liability of members of the emergency services and ponders whether a vital filter has been lost in respect of unmeritoriou

15 Oct 2013

APIL attacks workplace liability law as ‘charter for rogue bosses’

Section 69 of ERR Act will have 'profound' impact on society as

02 Oct 2013

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