The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in Blackpool Football Club v DSN. This decision has been eagerly anticipated as it could have far reaching implications on cases of a similar nature. In setting out its findings the court gave clear guidance regarding the extent to which an organisation could be held to be vicariously liable for the actions of a third party conducting business on their own account.
In this alert, Keoghs Associate Chris Wilson details the judgment and discusses the possible implications on similar cases. Full details can be found via the button below
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