On 21 September I posted about notable cases due before the Supreme Court during the 2015/16 legal year. A few days ago, the Court released the list of hearings scheduled for this term. It will hear the two vicarious liability injury claims – Mohamud v Morrison and Cox v Ministry of Justice – together, next Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 October.
The panel will be made up of Lords Neuberger, Dyson, Reed, Toulson and Lady Hale, who is the only one of the bench to have been involved in Various Claimants v Catholic Child Welfare Society in 2012.
BLM Consultant Jef Mitchell will observe the proceedings and will offer his thoughts on the hearing and the arguments shortly afterwards via The Policy Blog.
About the Author
Alistair Kinley is BLM’s Director of Policy & Government Affairs.
Alistair is responsible for BLM’s engagement with government departments and regulators on policy and public affairs issues and consultations affecting the firm and its customers. He coordinated BLM’s market-facing activities in connection with the Insurance Act 2015 and the consultations which preceded its publication and introduction in Parliament.
He is a member of the Civil Justice Council (CJC), a regular speaker and experienced commentator on legal and procedural reforms and was a contributing editor to the Law Society’s Litigation Funding Handbook (September 2014).