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In association with Iain Larkins from Radius Law, we discuss:
Recovery of losses
Employer not liable for employee’s deliberate data breach
No liability for self-employed medical practitioner
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Corporate & Commercial
When is control too remote?
A party to litigation has a duty to disclose documents in its control but are documents held by a subsidiary company, in the parent’s control? A recent case has clarified control will not be implied simply because there is a parent-subsidiary relationship, but a parent company will be deemed to have control over a subsidiary’s documents where there is an existing arrangement or understanding (whether or not that’s legally enforceable) which, in practice, provides the parent with a right of access to the subsidiary’s documents.
See News Analysis: When does a parent company have ‘control’ of subsidiary’s documents? (Pipia v BGEO Group Limited)
A recent High Court case saw a direct challenge to the traditional approach of categorising losses that arise from a breach of contract. This followed several cases in recent years where the judiciary have called for the need to reform this area of law and a 2016 decision where the Court departed from the traditional approach, albeit by reference to specific wording.
The traditional approach established in the Hadley v Baxendale  case categorised recoverable losses as either:
The problem with this distinction is that it does not match the common business understanding of the terms. Most business people are likely to assume that by excluding indirect losses in their contracts, they are
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Louisa leads marketing for the in-house legal community at LexisNexis. She joined the dedicated in-house team at LexisNexis four years ago and has a passion for driving and facilitating initiatives which are customer-focused at their heart. Her vision
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She brings 20 years' marketing experience both client and agency side, specialising in B2B marketing in the Legal, TMT (Telco, Media and Technology) and Financial Services industries. In both South Africa, Europe and the UK.
Louisa is also an active member on the LexisNexis Gender Equality Matters (GEM) steering committee and is involved with the Families at LexisNexis Group which brings together, supports and lobbies for change those with an interest in balancing the challenges
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