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Single Clinical Incidents: No Longer A Concern For The GMC?
The GMC have announced procedural changes in a bid to reduce the number of investigations into single clinical incidents. After a two-year pilot study,
UK
16 May 2019
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MoJ Consults On Whiplash Medical Reports
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has launched a consultation into the "Future Provision of Medical Reports in Road Traffic Accident related personal injury claims".
UK
14 May 2019
3
The Genetic Non-Discrimination Act: Still In Force, But Uncertainty Remains
For the time being the status quo prevails and uncertainty remains, while we wait for the Supreme Court of Canada to decide the issue.
UK
9 May 2019
4
Noise Induced Hearing Loss Claims: Consultation Proposes Fixed Recoverable Costs
The Ministry of Justice has commenced a consultation on extending the fixed recoverable costs (FRC) regime in civil cases, proposing the introduction of a new process and FRC to NIHL valued up to £25,000.
UK
10 Apr 2019
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Consulting A Consultant: A Doctor's Standalone Duty Of Care
A patient is admitted to the acute assessment unit (AAU) by ambulance following numerous bouts of diarrhoea and vomiting.
UK
9 Apr 2019
6
UAE Issues New Healthcare Data Law
A new law regulating the use of technology in healthcare is the first piece of federal legislation in the United Arab Emirates that directly addresses data protection principles.
United Arab Emirates
4 Apr 2019
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Intervention And Prevention – Mental Health Royal Commission Terms Of Reference Announced
The Mental Health Royal Commission was a Victorian Labour Government election promise announced by the incumbent Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews in October 2018,
UK
7 Mar 2019
8
It's About Time
If a nurse appeals a decision of the Nursing and Midwifery Council to order suspension, they're placed on interim suspension pending the outcome of that appeal.
UK
28 Feb 2019
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The "Right To Be Forgotten" – A New Development For Healthcare Professionals?
The so-called 'right to be forgotten', where an individual can apply to have information about them removed from internet search results ...
UK
26 Feb 2019
10
The Chief Coroner's Annual Report 2018
The Chief Coroner recommends that new Regulations are created, to introduce a new legal duty on doctors to report specific deaths to the Coroner,
UK
18 Feb 2019
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Including Facts Which Did Not Directly Cause The Death On The Record Of Inquest
R (Paul Worthington) v HM Senior Coroner for Cumbria [2018] EWHC 3386 Admin
UK
11 Feb 2019
12
Life's Too Short….
A recent High Court decision has provided some welcome relief to defendants who seek to challenge the default position in respect of life-expectancy.
UK
1 Feb 2019
13
NHS Obtains Order To Provide Life-Saving Surgery
All of the attempts at exploring concerns and seeking agreement had been unsuccessful.
UK
25 Jan 2019
14
New Sentencing Guidelines For ‘Medical Manslaughter'; Including The Wider Circumstances
The definitive sentencing guidelines for manslaughter (including gross negligence manslaughter) came into force in November 2018.
UK
21 Jan 2019
15
Development Of The Healthcare Sector In Saudi Arabia
The Saudi Council of Ministers has recently approved certain amendments to the Private Health Institutes Law (the Amendments).
Saudi Arabia
15 Jan 2019
16
Whiplash Reform: MedCo Audit Fails To Give MROs A Clean Bill Of Health
The Civil Liability Act prevents offers to settle whiplash claims in RTAs without first obtaining a medical report from a MedCo accredited expert.
UK
9 Jan 2019
17
Three Things To Watch Out For In The Middle East In 2019
Mandatory health insurance, new life rules and regulatory enforcement will top the bill.
United Arab Emirates
19 Dec 2018
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Scotland: Mesothelioma Reasonably Foreseeable Despite No Direct Evidence Of Exposure
Mrs Thacker died of mesothelioma in 2014. She had been employed in the office at the Atlas Steel Foundry in the mid to late 1960s. She had met her husband, an engineer, whilst working at the foundry.
UK
14 Dec 2018
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Clyde & Co Wraps Up Defence Of Claim Alleging Asbestos Exposure From Insulation
We are pleased to report that Clyde & Co has successfully defended a mesothelioma claim in excess of £600,000.
UK
13 Dec 2018
20
Mental Health Issues Are Not "Exceptional Circumstances" In Solicitor Dishonesty Cases
The High Court's recent decision in the linked appeals SRA v James & Others [2018] EWHC 3058 (Admin) reminded us once again that dishonest conduct by a solicitor will almost invariably result in striking off, even in the cruellest of circumstances.
UK
3 Dec 2018
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