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Supreme Court holds that an employer does not owe its employees a duty of care during misconduct litigation proceedings
The Court of Appeal has rejected an argument by the General Medical Council (GMC) that the original Medical Practitioners’ Tribunal panel was wrong…
A court order does not have to be obtained before CANH can be withdrawn.
An impact assessment has indicated that, following the introduction of Medical Examiners in April 2019, there may be an increased number of inquests.
The HSIB has published a report to support new learning culture around mistakes in the NHS, reviewing the transition of mental health care services.
Government introduces Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill to the House of Lords, seeking to replace the ‘Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards'.
On 15 June 2018 the High Court gave judgment in a case which has clarified the UK position regarding the applicability of Article 2 of the European…