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Alternative Dispute Resolution has been around for many years. It is enshrined in the Civil Procedure Rules - CPR 1.4(2)(e) requires the ..read more
A note on the law and practice of quarantine – of individuals, of groups and of places, of the unwell and of the healthy. Kaci Hickox ..read more
Judges in the Family Division and the Court of Protection are regularly asked to perform the unenviable task of balancing the pros and ..read more
On 2 December 2019 Martin Spencer J approved a settlement of £1.35m in this cerebral palsy case which was compromised without any ..read more
On 4 November 2019 Master Cook struck out a nervous shock claim by the children of Mr Paul who collapsed and died from an untreated heart ..read more
The recent case of Arksey v Cambridge University Hospitals 2019 EWHC 1276 QB is a useful reminder of the pitfalls of finalising expert ..read more
CXB v North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust [2019] EWHC 2053 (QB) There is no general principle that the courts should prefer assertions ..read more
In this article Simon Fox QC reviews the Bolam test for breach of duty in clinical negligence in the light of recent case law and asks – ..read more
Liverpool Victoria Insurance Company Limited v Dr Asef Zafar [2019] EWCA 392 (Civ) -and- George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust v Elder (2019), ..read more
The short answer is no but feel free to keep reading. In Pomphrey v. Secretary of State for Health the Claimant’s claim for damages in ..read more

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