Adam Swirsky explains how the law of nuisance cannot be used to protect privacy rights in light of the recent case of Fearn & others v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery  EWCA Civ 104.
Napier Miles explores the recent High Court case of Hussain v EUI Ltd  EWHC 2647 (QB) provides some guidance for hire/credit hire when a personal vehicle is also used for business.
Joanna Kerr explains how the judgment in the case of Lee Walsh v CP Hart & Sons Ltd  EWHC 37 (QB) serves as a reminder of the requirements for the test of reasonable practicability in accidents at work.
Graeme Kirk discusses the recent case of Samira Ahmed v BBC where Ms. Ahmed was underpaid despite working on a program that has similar content to a male colleague.
Dominic Bright analyses whether the Judicial College Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury cases are the starting point for overseas jurisdictions in light of the case of Attorney General of St Helena v AB & Ors (St Helena)  UKPC 1.