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The Duty of Candour in Scotland - what you need to know

United Kingdom - February 20 2018 The duty of candour provisions in the Health (Tobacco, Nicotine etc. and Care) (Scotland) Bill were given Royal Assent in April 2016 and will come...

Elizabeth Bickham, Laura Bridge.

GMC appeal in the case of Dr Bawa-Garba

United Kingdom - February 2 2018 The facts of this sad case are well-known. In short, Dr Bawa-Garba, a Paediatric Registrar at Leicester Royal Infirmary, was convicted of the manslaughter by gross-negligence of six year old Jack Adcock in November 2015. She was sentenced to 24 months imprisonment, suspended for the same period....

Elizabeth Bickham.

Court of Appeal comments on “double recovery” and “Peters” undertakings

United Kingdom - November 16 2017 “Peters” is a reference to Peters v East Midlands Strategic Health Authority known to catastrophic injury practitioners as the source of the deputy...

Natalie King.

Who holds the Ace? The card game that changed the face of dishonesty

United Kingdom - October 27 2017 The Supreme Court this week redefined the 35 year old test for dishonesty, which will inevitably impact upon healthcare professionals facing...

Natalie King.

Ground rent scandal sends claims against law firms soaring

United Kingdom - September 11 2017 Claims against law firms will continue to soar in the coming months due to the growing ground rent scandal, according to BLM and the Institute of...

Natalie King.