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Court of Appeal overturns decision striking off doctor convicted of gross negligence manslaughter

The Court of Appeal has rejected an argument by the General Medical Council (GMC) that the original Medical Practitioners’ Tribunal panel was wrong…

Simon Turner
Simon Turner Partner

Introduction of Medical Examiners expected to lead to more inquests

An impact assessment has indicated that, following the introduction of Medical Examiners in April 2019, there may be an increased number of inquests.

Legislation to replace Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards introduced

Government introduces Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill to the House of Lords, seeking to replace the ‘Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards'.

Morris Hill
Morris Hill Legal Director

Leaving your GP premises: what you need to know

Whether an NHS GP is retiring or simply moving to another practice it is essential that practical property arrangements do not create a further source…

Edwina Farrell
Edwina Farrell Partner

Coroner’s Inquests and Article 2 - Fernandes endorsed by the UK Courts

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…

Issuing a warning for 60 disability-related absences: could you justify it?

Managing the attendance of a disabled employee can be problematic if inadequate consideration is given to the impact of the disability on the…

Nick Newman
Nick Newman Associate

The duty to warn and the limited application of Chester v Afshar

Court of Appeal finds that an NHS Trust did not breach its duty of care by failing to warn a patient of the risk of developing post-surgical pain

Rachel Kneale
Rachel Kneale Partner

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