07/07/2020

Ampersand Bitesized – Principled Expediency?

Simon Di Rollo QC – Recorded on 7th July

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A look at the two recent decisions of the UK Supreme Court on Vicarious Liability (April 2020) – designed to correct misunderstandings of the lower courts concerning the governing principles of the application of secondary liability.

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Simon Di Rollo QC

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