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The start of the brave new technological era for the court system?

United Kingdom - April 4 2018 “The first virtual court case has been held with a claimant appearing via a home laptop camera, while an extremely patient judge sat in a London...


The nonsense proposal of the MPS

United Kingdom - January 30 2018 The Medical Protection Society, a group formed to support the medical profession (including in their legal claims), has proposed a radical change to...


Expert evidence by the back door

United Kingdom - January 5 2018 In clinical negligence work expert evidence is vital to the success or failure of a case. The choice of expert and their approach to the case is a...


Why so few Clinical Negligence cases go to mediation

United Kingdom - October 26 2017 Recently, Helen Vernon, the head of the NHS body which defends clinical negligence claims decided to blame claimant lawyers for so few cases going to...


Late changes of expert evidence in clinical negligence cases

United Kingdom - October 10 2017 Clinical negligence practitioners will know that a substantial part of any claim relies on the evidence provided by expert witnesses. There is no...