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Diamond v Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust [2019] EWCA Civ 585 Lord Faulks QC and Laura Johnson have successfully resisted an appeal on causation in a case concerning consent to medical treatment. The Claimant (C) brought a claim for clinical negligence arising out of spinal fusion surgery performed on 6 December 2010 and

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In this inaugural briefing for our Public Law Group, Saleem Khalid and Richard Collier take a detailed look at some of the key cases of the last twelve months affecting public authority liability. The Supreme Court’s judgment in the case of CN v Poole is (surely!) due shortly, whilst permission to appeal to the Supreme

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