Following an extensive redundancy programme, she became a multi-track file handler with limited training and experience managing over 100 files. Before the business restructured she had an almost entirely fast track caseload.
Simon has been elected for a three-year term, which will commence on 1 January 2021 and end on 31 December 2023.
The vehicle in which she was waiting for Ms Doucet whilst she was filming indoors was hit by shrapnel and her colleague suffered serious physical injuries.
Simon Anderson secures a £450K settlement for a warehouse operative injured when a forklift truck struck a stack of timber doors, causing them to fall on top of him
Simon Anderson considered the present state and future direction of the law on vicarious liability.
Introduction The doctrine of vicarious liability seeks to impose strict liability on an innocent party where the wronged individual has no redress against the tortfeasor. It is an area of law in which there have been no fewer than eight decisions of the House of Lords and the Supreme Court so far this century. In […]
Can a claim for noise induced hearing loss succeed when the absence of noise surveys leads to inconclusive or even unfavourable acoustic engineering evidence? Yes, according to Mr Justice Garnham in MacKenzie v Alcoa Manufacturing (GB) Limited  EWHC 149.
With Occupational stress predicted to be a growth area over the next few years, Simon Anderson has launched a dedicated website on this specialised area of law called “The Stress Lawyer”
Simon Anderson has provided expert analysis on Radio 5 Live this morning following the Court of Appeal Judgment on a high profile Non-disclosure agreement.
Can an employer be held vicariously liable for an assault by a director that takes place on an employee out of work time and off the premises? Yes, according to the Court of Appeal in Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Limited  EWCA Civ 2214.
Can a claimant found a claim for personal injury for having been sensitised to an industrial chemical through exposure to it, despite being asymptomatic? Yes, according the unanimous decision of the Supreme Court (Lady Black giving the sole judgment) in Dryden & others v Johnson Matthey Plc  UKSC 18.
On Tuesday 9 January 2018, Park Square Barristers’ Simon Anderson hosted a breakfast seminar regarding the Court of Appeal handing down judgement in the case of Carroll v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police  EWCA Civ1992.