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Stefanie Day

Stefanie Day


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English, French

Stefanie is an Associate in the Litigation and Arbitration department.

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  • 2014 – Legal Practice Course, Kaplan Law School
  • 2011 – Graduate Diploma in Law, The College of Law
  • 2010 – BA (CH) History and French, University of Exeter
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10 June 2020
Fu­ture Fa­cing Dis­putes - Emer­gence of Cli­mate Change Lit­ig­a­tion
There is grow­ing con­cern that per­son­al, prop­erty and com­mer­cial dam­age caused by cli­mate change is in­creas­ingly giv­ing rise to dis­putes. Rising costs of im­prov­ing and in­stalling flood pro­tec­tion in­fra­struc­ture...
14 May 2019
Non-party costs or­ders: The Ar­kin cap should not ne­ces­sar­ily ap­ply in every...
The High Court has re­jec­ted the sug­ges­tion that the Ar­kin cap, which lim­its the ex­tent of non-party costs or­ders against a com­mer­cial lit­ig­a­tion fun­der, must be ap­plied in every case. Back­ground In Dav­ey...
19 November 2018
The fu­ture land­scape for AI claims around the world
Gov­ern­ments and reg­u­lat­ory bod­ies around the world are be­gin­ning to en­act the le­gis­la­tion and reg­u­lat­ory meas­ures re­quired to fa­cil­it­ate the fur­ther de­vel­op­ment and im­ple­ment­a­tion of AI sys­tems. There...
18 April 2019
Court of Ap­peal cla­ri­fies two key con­trac­tu­al law is­sues
In a case con­cern­ing a con­tract for the sup­ply of egg products, the Court of Ap­peal has cla­ri­fied two key con­trac­tu­al law is­sues: (1) the cor­rect test for in­duce­ment in cases of res­cis­sion for fraud­u­lent...
27 September 2018
Should there be a strict li­ab­il­ity re­gime for AI claims?
It may be dif­fi­cult to es­tab­lish who is re­spons­ible if an AI sys­tem fails to per­form as in­ten­ded due to the num­ber of parties in­volved in cre­at­ing, de­vel­op­ing and op­er­at­ing the sys­tem. This will make...
19 June 2018
Pri­vacy and data pro­tec­tion claims can be heard in the Busi­ness List as...
An ap­plic­a­tion by a de­fend­ant to trans­fer a claim from the Busi­ness List (Chan­cery Di­vi­sion) to the Me­dia and Com­mu­nic­a­tions List of the Busi­ness and Prop­erty Courts (Queen’s Bench Di­vi­sion) was re­fused...
26 June 2018
Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence - Who is li­able when AI fails to per­form?
Who is li­able when AI fails to per­form? The in­ev­it­ab­il­ity of AI dis­putes Who is at fault when an AI sys­tem fails to per­form? AI li­ab­il­ity and cur­rent law Spe­cif­ic rules are be­ing for­mu­lated in cer­tain...