Expertise: Professional Negligence
The Newsletter of the Professional Negligence Group
Welcome to the summer edition of on duty, the journal of the Professional Negligence group at 2 Temple Gardens. We have articles for you by Howard Palmer QC on the decision of the House of Lords in Haward v. Fawcetts (dealing with limitation in an accountant’s negligence case), by Dan Crowley and Emily Saunderson on the Football League’s case against solicitors Edge Ellison, while Simon Goldstone tackles the question of a banker’s duty to the beneficiary of funds frozen by order of the Court (Customs & Excise v. Barclays Bank). Stewart Chirnside and Helen Wolstenholme provide an update on recent cases affecting our branch of the law, while Andrew Miller and I have penned an article on the relative responsibilities of doctor and pharmacist when drugs are misprescribed: an interesting area of the law on which there is very little direct authority.
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