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Serious Medical Treatment: Court Of Protection Emphasises Need For No Delay
The Court of Protection has sent a strong reminder of the need for Applications for serious medical treatment, to be issued without delay,
UK
22 Aug 2019
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Clyde & Co Successfully Defend Wound Dehiscence Case
Judgment was handed down on 31 July 2018 by HHJ Simpkiss sitting in the County Court at Canterbury in Geoffrey Kennett v East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, following a two-day trial
UK
16 Aug 2018
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Inquests: An Update On Recent Developments
Inquests are something which affect a vast range of NHS and private organisations, as well as individual clinicians, and so we provide a brief overview of recent developments as well as a couple of key potential changes to come.
UK
12 Oct 2016
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Admissions – Risky Business?
In the recent case of Wood v Days Health UK Ltd and others [2016] the High Court refused to allow the Defendant to withdraw its pre-action admission of liability in a personal injury Claim.
UK
3 Aug 2016
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Clyde & Co Successfully Defend Neurosurgeon In Kneuss V Blagg
The Clyde & Co healthcare team have successfully defended a claim in the Oxford County Court arising from neurosurgery performed in December 2009
UK
28 Jul 2016
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South Staffordshire And Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust v. St George's Hospital Managers
This case considered whether a Hospital Manager's Panel can discharge a patient from detention under the Mental Health Act 1983
UK
18 Jul 2016
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The Importance Of Keeping Detailed And Accurate Records
In the matter of Bajraktari v Barts Health NHS Trust (2016) the Court provided further emphasis on the veracity of medical records in a clinical negligence case. Mr Justice Patterson handed down the Judgment on 18th March 2016 where the Court had to determine the preliminary issue on the question of liability and this case again reinforces the importance of detailed contemporaneous notes.
UK
7 Apr 2016
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First Care Home Corporate Manslaughter Prosecution
The conviction arose following the death of 86 year old Ivy Atkin on 22 November 2012, having been removed from Autumn Grange on 4 November 2012.
UK
10 Mar 2016
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Clinical Drug Trials – Issues For Insurers
The recent adverse events during a clinical trial in France raise interesting questions and issues to consider for insurers in this area.
UK
1 Mar 2016
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Healthcare Data Security In The Wake Of Vidal-Hall
With the recent change in the interpretation of the law, all healthcare providers and those who insure them are now at increased risk of receiving claims under the UK's Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA).
UK
7 Dec 2015
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Montgomery And Beyond - Clyde & Co Win First Case Following This Landmark Decision
The Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision in the case of Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board [2015] UKSC 11 on 11 March 2015.
UK
27 Apr 2015
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Montgomery And Beyond – Clyde & Co Win First Case Following This Landmark Decision
The Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision in the case of Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board [2015] UKSC 11 on 11 March 2015.
UK
23 Apr 2015
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Redefining Consent?
The duty of a doctor to warn a patient of risks in treatment is not to be determined by reference to the actions of a reasonable and responsible body of clinicians.
UK
25 Mar 2015
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