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Cauda Equina Syndrome update

By Lisa Fricker, Head of Solicitor Services & Quality Assurance (Estimated reading time: 1 minute 9 seconds) Cauda Equina Syndrome is a rare and severe type of spinal stenosis where all of the nerves in the lower back become severely compressed. Typically, but not exclusively, it results from a prolapsed disc bulge and the condition […]

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Charity golf challenge for Childrens hospices across Scotland (CHAS)

Temple Legal Protection are proud to have sponsored the recent Quantum Claims charity golf challenge. The money raised has been sent to Childrens hospices across Scotland (CHAS). CHAS provide a full family support service for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions. For more information on this amazing charity please visit Thank you […]

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Fixed Costs Webinar: An overview of the Fixed Recoverable Costs regime

By Fraser Barnstaple, Underwriter On 26th September, we hosted a webinar covering the upcoming Fixed Recoverable Costs changes for our valued partners and cover holders. John Ivory joined as the guest speaker and provided an informative and interest presentation on the changes. Such changes included those which have already occurred, those to come into effect […]

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Cauda Equina Syndrome cases; we know them well. Does your firm?

Our history, some case characteristics – and your opportunity (Estimated reading time: 3 minutes, 42 seconds) We work in partnership with a small number of leading specialist litigators, experts and barristers who are highly experienced with Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) cases. Our underwriting results reflect this and our expertise is second-to-none. The reason for bringing […]

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Calling all in-house lawyers: ATE Insurance and funding can save the day

By David Pipkin FCILEX, NED Temple Legal Protection (Estimated reading time: 3 minutes 49 seconds) As a lawyer who worked in-house for Temple for over 15 years, I was asked to define what in-house lawyers do. I said they typically work within a specific company or organisation and provide legal advice and guidance to the […]

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“One case at a time and it didn’t cost you a dime”: flying Solo with Temple Legal Protection

By Andy Lyalle, Senior Business Development Manager (Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 30 seconds) I have a habit that is unfortunate for anyone who is around me at the time.  A song can jump into my head, and I will proceed to sing it or repeat a bassline, drum beat etc.  I have previously included […]

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There’s a lot of Competition in Football

(Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 24 seconds) We’re probably familiar with the term “match fixing”; when betting syndicates persuade key players in a cricket or football match to “fix” games for cash. We’re probably not so familiar with “price – fixing” in the context of football. In this article we take a look at what […]

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The Emerging Shadow of the Gig Economy within UK Labour Law: Unstable Working Hours

By Fraser Barnstaple, Underwriter (Estimated reading time: 4 minutes 3 seconds) The gig economy and zero-hour contracts have been growing in significance and scale in recent years. However, they raise major issues concerning levels of worker protection in terms of working time. Much labour law literature covering working time focuses on overworking, however, this article […]

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Defamation and privacy: A cautionary tale

By Andy Lyalle, Senior Business Development Manager (Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 42 seconds) The perception that many people have about defamation and privacy law reminded me of a comment made by the comedian Stewart Lee when describing David Cameron and Ed Miliband going head-to-head in the 2015 general election. He said that they were […]

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