Money spinning

Nurse, Angus and Peysner, John (2010) Money spinning. Solicitor's Journal, 154 (43). ISSN UNSPECIFIED

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Money spinning
Article on the Young Review of Compensation Culture and Health and Safety Laws and its implications for changes to the civil justice system in the UK.
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Abstract

The Young review of health and safety and the compensation culture represents a missed opportunity for meaningful debate on compensation issues. Instead it perpetuates the myth of the compensation culture which preliminary research by the Centre for Dispute Resolution, Compensation & Risk at the University of Lincoln suggests is exaggerated.
However, Lord Young’s conclusion that the Jackson reforms on civil justice should be implemented are welcomed.

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Additional Information:The Young review of health and safety and the compensation culture represents a missed opportunity for meaningful debate on compensation issues. Instead it perpetuates the myth of the compensation culture which preliminary research by the Centre for Dispute Resolution, Compensation & Risk at the University of Lincoln suggests is exaggerated. However, Lord Young’s conclusion that the Jackson reforms on civil justice should be implemented are welcomed.
Keywords:civil justice, compensation culture, health and safety
Subjects:M Law > M111 English Law
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
ID Code:3819
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Deposited On:12 Jan 2011 20:28
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:52

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