Tag Archives: Cause of action
LOSS OF EARNINGS OF A SELF-EMPLOYED FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHER: A HIGH COURT CASE CONSIDERED
One of the aims of this blog is to highlight the various approaches that the courts take to claims for loss of earnings. In Tait -v- Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 848(QB) HH Judge McKenna considered a claim for loss of earnings for a 34 year old self employed photographer. THE CASE The […]
DUTIES TO PREGNANT WOMEN AND NEW MOTHERS: THE SMALL ELEMENT OF CIVIL LIABILITY FOR BREACH OF STATUTORY DUTY THAT REMAINS.
There is one, very small, element of civil liability for breach of statutory duty that remains. Here we look at the action for breach of duties owed to pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. The exceptions are limited but practitioners need to be aware of them. I am grateful to Cenric Clement-Evans of New Law […]