This post has been contributed by Vera Bermingham, Teaching Fellow for the Undergraduate Laws Programme. The law of negligence has undergone enormous change and development in
This post follows on from the previous one found here: Occupiers Liability – Part 1 and is contributed by Patricia Tuitt, Module Convenor for Tort law.
This post has been contributed by Professor Patricia Tuitt, Module Convenor for Tort law , and Part 1 of two posts. Read here later part 2 to see
It is a well-known fact that the tort of negligence is a flexible tool with a wide potential for making careless defendants liable to compensate
As we record various events during the academic year, additional lectures are created for many of the courses on our VLE. Although not part of
Until very recently, the rule in Wilkinson v Downton was seen to be a tort of diminishing significance in English law. According to Wright J