Private Practice

Casualty Disease Solicitor

Casualty Disease Solicitor

  • About the firm: We represent a wide range of clients, ranging from household names to government departments and NHS bodies.
  • About the role: A solicitor working within the Casualty Disease team, your case load will be primarily assisting on international claims and multi track El and Pl claims.
  • Looking for: Experience of international claims would be an advantage, but is not a pre requisite.
  • Opportunities: We are known for our market-leading presence in sectors such as Insurance, Health and Real Estate. This is complemented by a fast-growing Business Advisory capability.
  • And more: We are the asset management lawyers for the UK’s largest shopping centres and act for 9 of the UK’s top 10 housebuilders.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

DAC Beachcroft LLP is a leading international legal business with offices across Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

Number of Lawyers: 1100

Elsewhere on the web:
Chambers and Partners
Legal 500
Legal Business
The Lawyer

Latest articles from DAC Beachcroft LLP
Court Fee Remissions

Recent increases in Court Fees have seen them rise to a point at which, for large proportions of the population, the cost of commencing proceedings

Read more
NHS England and NHS Improvement’s response to the policy consultation on digital-first primary care

In June 2019, NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSEI) undertook a public consultation on digital-first primary care. DAC Beachcroft, amongst others

Read more
Court of Appeal confirms application of the concessions regime

In our briefing last October we detailed the High Court’s judgment in Ocean Outdoor UK Ltd v London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. The case was

Read more
Real Estate Tip of the Week: Electronic signatures - function over form

The Law Commission’s report on the electronic execution of documents which we reported on last week says that an electronic signature is capable in

Read more
NHS Estates Report

The NHS estate is in a parlous state. Years of austerity, selling off assets and diverting capital funding to balance day-to-day spending has created

Read more
The tilted balance: Where are we now?

Paragraph 11 of the NPPF (2018) and the tilted balance: Where are we now? And Removal of use of section 73 to amend descriptions of development Local

Read more
Recoverability of Counsel’s Fees where a claim has exited the pre-action protocol

Recoverability of Counsel’s Fees where a claim has exited the pre-action protocol for low value personal injury (Employers Liability and Public

Read more
Can Defendants rely on life expectancy expert evidence following Dodds?

The question of whether a Defendant can rely on expert evidence on life expectancy in a high value personal injury claim has been considered by the

Read more
Real Estate Tip of the Week - Validly executed or not? - Electronic signatures

In today’s modern society, electronic signatures are used in place of handwritten signatures in many different types of transaction. What about

Read more
Religion and belief discrimination: Beliefs about transgenderism were not protected by discrimination legislation

A Christian doctor whose beliefs about transgenderism prevented him from referring to transgender patients by their chosen pronouns was not subjected

Read more
Legal advice privilege: Leaked email from a solicitor was legally privileged

The Court of Appeal has overturned an EAT decision and held that a solicitor’s leaked email did not fall foul of the “iniquity principle” and it was

Read more
Race discrimination: The dangers of not giving an honest reason for a dismissal

An employer who lied about the reason for a dismissal was trying to cover up a dismissal tainted by stereotypical assumptions about race.

Read more
Part 36, late acceptance and costs

Where a Defendant’s Part 36 offer is accepted after the relevant period, the normal costs Order requires the Defendant to pay the Claimant’s costs up

Read more
Real Estate Tip of the Week - Beware the 1954 Act Trap

Even where parties have followed the statutory process to exclude Sections 24 to 28 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“the 1954 Act”) to the

Read more
Is limitation still arguable in historic abuse claims?

The question of whether a limitation defence may defeat a claim for abuse many years ago has been considered by the Court in its recent judgment in

Read more
Real Estate Tip of the Week - A Grave Matter

Landlords who are developing within the vicinity of a disused burial ground should be aware of the law surrounding the treatment of long buried human

Read more
Housebuilder Top Tip: Get Off My Land - why the leaselicence distinction matters

We are often asked to advise on the prospects for and timing of the obtaining of vacant possession of occupied development land. The nature of the

Read more
What Happens to Personal Injury Claims when the Defendant becomes Insolvent?

Whilst the collapse of large firms such as Carillion and Thomas Cook have filled headlines for obvious reasons, it is worth taking a moment to

Read more
Allegations against a doctor of being rude and unmanageable did not amount to “professional misconduct”

The Court of Appeal has upheld the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision in Idu v The East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust, finding

Read more
Second Automated Vehicles consultation paper launched

The Law Commission of England and Wales and the Scottish Law Commission (“the Law Commissions”) have launched their second consultation paper in

Read more
Powered by