Category: Medical Law
Judgment: Metcalf v Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust – causation where Bolitho meets Montgomery
On 19 December 2019 judgment was entered in the High Court for the Defendant in Metcalf v Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 3549 (QB). The case arose out of the ...
Edward Faulks QC shortlisted in The Legal 500 UK awards 2020 as Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Silk of the Year
We are pleased to announce that after extensive research Edward Faulks QC has been shortlisted for the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Silk of the Year in The Legal 500 UK 2020 awards. ...
HHJ Berkley gave judgment for the Defendant this week in Winchester County Court in the claim of Penelope Smith v The Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Chambers is delighted to announce that 1 Chancery Lane has been shortlisted for Barristers' Chambers of the Year, at The British Claims Awards 2019.
Diamond v Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust  EWCA Civ 585 Lord Faulks QC and Laura Johnson have successfully resisted an appeal on causation in a case ...
The High Court has recently considered the circumstances in which it is appropriate to grant anonymity orders under CPR 39.2(4) and the stage at which such applications should be made. ...
Sophie Mortimer successfully represented the Defendant in a clinical ...
In this edition of our Clinical Negligence Briefing, Katie Ayres examines the possible implications for medical practitioners, particularly those practising in paediatrics, ...
This article was first published in the November AvMA newsletter. Nigel Handscomb was a 65 year old gentleman with a ...
GP practice principals not vicariously liable for religious activities of locum GP: Brayshaw v The Partners of Apsley Surgery
The High Court today dismissed a claim brought against the Partners of Apsley Surgery relating to the conduct of a locum GP, Dr Thomas O’Brien. The claimant, a patient registered at the surgery, ...