June 2019

Untraceable or uninsured drivers in road traffic accidents

The recent decision of Cameron (Respondent) v Liverpool Victoria Insurance Co Ltd (Appellant) [2019] UKSC 6 is an interesting insight into service of untraceable and unidentified drivers that are liable for road traffic accidents. This case concerned an appeal in the Supreme Court on the question of “in what circumstances is it permissible to sue Continue reading

A Reminder of the Need to Robustly Stand Up to Judical Pressure and the Important Distinction Between Sections 31 & 38 of the Children Act 1989

Re G (Children: Fair Hearing). [2019] EWCA Civ 126 On the first of these two issues this was a procedural appeal against interim care orders by a mother who stated that she was subjected to improper judicial pressure that led to orders being granted without opposition by her. The appeal was heard by Lord Justice Continue reading