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Articles & newsletters (66)
Success for Defendant Trust in Strike Out application for secondary victim claim : Doosey v Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust 
31 January 2019
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
Developments in Children's Continuing Care: CCGs to be subject to SEND Tribunal recommendations
11 April 2018
Paying the price? Latest on approach to calculating fines in health and social care safety prosecutions
01 December 2017
Updated information published by the MHRA in respect of metal on metal hip replacements
11 July 2017
The last-minute change of plan: How courts are no longer easing the path for late amendments
28 February 2017
Sanctity of Life v Self-Determination - Where Does the Balance Lie for Minimally Conscious State Patients?
11 January 2017
Professional Disciplinary Update: No 'Middle Way' Between 12 Month Suspension and Removal
16 December 2016
Law Commission publishes Interim Statement on Reforming the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
27 May 2016
NHS Resolution (formerly NHS Litigation Authority) Succeeds in Having £498k of Additional Liabilities Disallowed in Just Two Cases
18 February 2016
DAC Beachcroft Secures Acquittal In First Corporate Manslaughter Prosecution Against NHS Trust
01 January 2016