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29 June 2015
Welcome to the latest edition of Medical Law Brief.
We were delighted to be able to attend the NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition in Liverpool earlier this month. The event represented the largest meeting of senior health and care leaders, decision-makers, partners and stakeholders following the 2015 general election.
11 June 2015
At a recent round table event, we discussed mental capacity alongside leading experts. The main discussion points are shared below.
29 April 2015
A round up of recent court decisions raising issues relating to a below-knee amputation, anonymity orders, the risks of a chromosomal abnormality, the costs of a hydrotherapy pool and secondary victims.
24 February 2015
A round up of recent court decisions raising issues relating to delays in treatment, interim payments, withdrawal of pre-action admissions, nervous shock, GP liability and vascular surgery.
16 December 2014
Welcome to the final edition of Medical Law Brief for 2014.
Two new laws aimed at improving patient care have brought the year to a close. The Duty of Candour and the Fit and Proper Person’s Test came into force for NHS bodies on 27 November 2014. The Duty of Candour places a legal duty on hospital, community and mental health trusts to inform and apologise to patients if there have been mistakes in their care that have led to significant harm.
10 December 2014
A round up of recent court decisions raising issues relating to the failure to carry out a brain scan, a hip replacement operation, the value of a claim involving pressure sores, scarring after cosmetic surgery and whether a secondary victim should receive damages following a stillbirth.
10 December 2014
The Office of National Statistics has published the 2014 first release data of the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE).
2 October 2014
Welcome to this edition of Medical Law Brief.
The NHS Litigation Authority (NHS LA) has announced a mediation service will be available to help support patients, their families and the NHS resolve claims.
18 September 2014
Welcome to the September edition of Liability Brief.

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has confirmed that fees for 'whiplash' medical reports will be cut, to help insurers lower premiums.
15 September 2014
Following two recent court decisions, we review the current position and consider the implications for defendants faced by applications for substantial interim payments.
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