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junio 2018

Two separate fraud cases dismissed at the same time on appeal by the High Court

Two separate fraud cases dismissed at the same time on appeal by the High Court

In two recent appeal cases, heard together in the High Court, the appeal judge overturned the judgments made at first instance and dismissed all perso ...

Canadian Briefing - June 2018

Canadian Briefing - June 2018

DAC Beachcroft's Canadian Briefing - June 2018 is a selection of legal and regulatory developments that we consider are the most interesting and relev ...

Latest on Article 2 inquests: A high hurdle?

Latest on Article 2 inquests: A high hurdle?

When should an inquest be an Article 2 inquest (i.e. wider in scope than an 'ordinary' inquest)? In the context of healthcare-related deaths, the answ ...

Real Estate Tip of the Week: CRAR - No Change Ahead

Real Estate Tip of the Week: CRAR - No Change Ahead

Since April 2014 any landlord wishing to seize its tenant's goods against the value of any rent arrears has had to rely on CRAR,  the Commercial Rent ...

Forms of Authority for Medical Records post-GDPR

Forms of Authority for Medical Records post-GDPR

In defending personal injury claims, the ability of compensating insurers and their representatives to seek access to the Claimant's medical records i ...

Professional Regulation Update: Report of the Rapid Policy Review in the UK on Gross Negligence Manslaughter in Healthcare

Professional Regulation Update: Report of the Rapid Policy Review in the UK on Gross Negligence Manslaughter in Healthcare

A report of the Rapid Policy Review in the UK on Gross Negligence Manslaughter in Healthcare

Proving the existence of reinsurance in the absence of a contract wording

Proving the existence of reinsurance in the absence of a contract wording

R & Q Insurance (Malta) Ltd & Ors v Continental Insurance Co [2017] The Claimants were unable to locate the wording, slip or cover note for re ...

Show us the evidence! – Defendant's success at obtaining summary judgment in a clinical negligence case

Show us the evidence! – Defendant's success at obtaining summary judgment in a clinical negligence case

In the recent case of Barry Frederick Hewes v West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust (D1), East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (D2) and Dr Pan ...

Deaths Scrutiny:  Change Edges Closer

Deaths Scrutiny: Change Edges Closer

It's been a long time coming, but the government has just published its response to the consultation it ran two years ago on significant changes to wh ...

Pharmacy regulation round-up - recent developments in Ireland, the UK and New Zealand

Pharmacy regulation round-up - recent developments in Ireland, the UK and New Zealand

Our round up of the recent developments in pharmacy regulation include, a revised Code of Ethics which was introduced in early 2018 by The Pharmacy Co ...