• Farrell v Avon Health Authority

    It was possible where the claimant was a primary victim to recover for psychiatric injury where he had neither sustained nor was it reasonably foreseeable that he would sustain any physical injury from the events complained of provided it was...

    [2001] All ER (D) 17 (Jul) | Thu, 8/03/2001

  • Barret McKenzie v Escada (UK) Ltd

    The court laid down the basis on which compensation is to be assessed under reg17 of the Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 following termination of a commercial agency agreement.

    [2001] All ER (D) 78 (Jun) | Thu, 1/02/2001

  • Barret McKenzie v Escada (UK) Ltd

    [2001] All ER (D) 78 (Jun) | Thu, 1/02/2001

  • Re C-F (a child) (retinal haemorrhages: non-accidental injury)

    [2001] All ER (D) 285 (Jun) | Fri, 12/01/2001

  • RC Pillar & Sons v Edwards and another

    In considering applications to remit arbitration awards, the court ruled that: (i) extensions of time for an application under s68 of the were governed by s80 of that Act; (ii) on its true construction, s57 of the 1996 Act required that once an...

    [2001] All ER (D) 232 (May) | Thu, 11/01/2001

  • RC Pillar & Sons v Edwards and another

    [2001] All ER (D) 232 (May) | Thu, 11/01/2001

  • Re Crawley Green Road Cemetery, Luton

    On a petition for the exhumation and reinterment of the remains of the petitioner's late husband; the court ruled that the petitioner had failed to displace the presumption against exhumation but that it would have been unlawful to deny the petitioner...

    [2001] All ER (D) 23 (Jul) | Sat, 2/12/2000

  • Re Crawley Green Road Cemetery, Luton

    On a petition for the exhumation and reinterment of the remains of the petitioner's late husband; the court ruled that the petitioner had failed to displace the presumption against exhumation but that it would have been unlawful to deny the petitioner...

    [2001] All ER (D) 23 (Jul) | Sat, 2/12/2000

  • Re Crawley Green Road Cemetery, Luton

    On a petition for the exhumation and reinterment of the remains of the petitioner's late husband; the court ruled that the petitioner had failed to displace the presumption against exhumation but that it would have been unlawful to deny the petitioner...

    [2001] All ER (D) 23 (Jul) | Sat, 2/12/2000