This collection looks at the latest news and comment on clinical negligence healthcare law.
Patient expectation of successful clinical outcome can lead to disputes both in the public and private spheres. Accompanying these potential disputes are cost pressures, which are more acute than ever for clinical negligence/medical malpractice indemnifiers. This collection will guide you through clinical negligence healthcare law across both the public and private healthcare sector.
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Articles & newsletters (60)
Court finds for Healthcare Defendants : No Duty of Care when advising non-patients to protect them from economic loss
18 December 2018
Appeal decision calls into question the merit of early Summary Judgment Applications - Hewes v West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust & Others
12 November 2018
Probability and loss of chance versus medical certainty! Singapore High Court awards damages to Claimant on the basis of dissenting arguments in Gregg v Scott
17 October 2018
Supreme Court finds Hospital liable for inaccurate waiting time information given in A&E - Darnley v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust  UKSC 50
11 October 2018
Show us the evidence! – Defendant's success at obtaining summary judgment in a clinical negligence case
20 June 2018
Can a Joint Expert's view be trumped when there is no 'monopoly of wisdom'? The Court creates a level playing field
31 May 2018
Poor communication can lead to catastrophic injury – how can you be sure that your patient has understood?
16 May 2018
Qualified one-way costs shifting: What constitutes an exception to the rules and when will the Court apply its discretion in relation to the cost award?
29 March 2018
What is Fundamental Dishonesty? In this case, a central allegation to the case, based upon a lie
26 March 2018
The last-minute change of plan: How courts are no longer easing the path for late amendments
28 February 2017
Law Commission publishes Interim Statement on Reforming the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
27 May 2016
Calculating future losses in Fatal Accidents Act claims: From the date of death, or the date of trial?
01 February 2016
DAC Beachcroft Secures Acquittal In First Corporate Manslaughter Prosecution Against NHS Trust
01 January 2016