‘Strict Liability is Dead, Long Live Strict Liability?’

“Anyone practising in employer’s liability personal injury litigation will be familiar with the strict approach to liability for work equipment imposed by the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (‘PUWER’). Regulation 5 of PUWER imposed strict liability in relation to defective equipment, arising from the extremely well-known decision in Stark v Post Office [2000] ICR 1013 …” (more)

[Tom Panton and Jack McCracken, Ropewalk Chambers, 19 April]

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