Category Archives: Compensation Culture

Compensation culture ‘gone mad’

This week, compensation culture is ruining education in the Telegraph. With the story claiming there are ‘as many as’ 10 claims a week being paid about by local authorities, the story is of the usual compensation culture gone mad variety. … Continue reading

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Contingency Fees: An American Future?

My Modern Law Review Article on the impact of contingency fees is out, based on two of my previous reports on a telephone interviews with employment law specialists, and employment claimants as well as an analysis of available date on … Continue reading

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