Tag Archives: Tort
KEOGHS DISCUSSION OF EFFECTS OF ERRA: ARE THE REGULATIONS STILL RELEVANT?
There is a client briefing by Keoghs on the effect of the ERRA at http://www.keoghs.co.uk/Liability-AWARE/Employers-liability-claims-and-the-ERR-Act One interesting aspect of the discussion is the statement that the Regulations cannot be relevant to the issue of negligence. Keoghs state: “Some commentators argue that breach of statutory duty can still be pleaded as evidence of negligence and the standards […]
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 […]