Theo Huckle QC and Christopher Johnson explore asbestos exposure guidance limits and the foreseeability of injury

10.07.17 | |

Practitioners should be aware of the current dispute as to the correctness and binding nature of Williams v Birmingham University on liability for low level exposures to asbestos in the 1970s, with a view to challenging that decision as conflicting with Maguire and or Jeromson, decisions which themselves (should have) bound the later Court of Appeal. In our view Williams and its progeny remain eminently challengeable... 


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