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Fire station commander loses race discrimination claim

December 16, 2013

A black fire station commander has lost his Employment Tribunal claim after he alleged that he had been racially discriminated against by his fire service. Commander Warren Simpson, a fire station commander for the West Midlands Fire Service, made the claim for direct race discrimination in the Employment Tribunal after he felt that he was […]

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Reforming the civil law of damages

February 11, 2013

Guest post from Dallas McMillan’s injury lawyers in Glasgow (click here). Connect with personal injury specialist David McElroy on Google+ here and on LinkedIn here. The law on key aspects of damages for personal injury should be modernised and simplified, according to a significant and wide-ranging consultation launched by the Scottish Government in December. Suggested […]

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Damages for Compensation Claims Increases by 10%

August 4, 2012

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that an increase in damages for compensation claims will be implemented following the Jackson reforms which are to be put in place by April 2013. The pending reforms will heavily change the way car accident claim cases and other torts work. All torts which cause some kind of defamation, […]

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Welcome to TortBlawg: A Law Blog on Tort Law across the World

May 26, 2012

Welcome to TortBlawg: Tort Law 2.0 Following on from the continued success of PersonalInjuryClaimsBlawg in helping to share legal information and news regarding personal injury law, we are pleased to announce the arrival of TortBlawg. This law blog, otherwise known as a “blawg”, is designed to contribute to tort law from around the globe, with […]

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