Expert Witness Journal features articles by Emily Betts and Charlotte John
The recently published Expert Witness Journal features articles by Emily Betts and Charlotte John. Emily outlines lessons for property lawyers following Griffiths v TUI and Charlotte explores the judgment in ACC & Others.
Click here to read Emily’s article: Lessons for Property Lawyers: From Holiday Illness Claim: is the court obliged to accept ‘unopposed’ expert evidence? The article explores the High Court Appeal in Griffiths v TUI  EWHC 2268, handed down in August 2020.
Click here to read Charlotte’s article: Litigating on behalf of P: Guidance for Deputies on seeking permission and Managing Conflicts. It explores the judgment in ACC & Others  EWCOP 9, a test case which concerns the circumstances in which deputies must seek authority to litigate on behalf of P and other considerations such as managing conflicts where a professional deputy proposes to instruct its own firm in the litigation.
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