11 November 2021 - Written by Jonathan Owen
Castello v Gonschior: The Importance of Choosing the Right Discipline of Expert in Clinical Negligence Claims & the Limitations of Res Ipsa Loquitur
In Castello v Gonschior  EWHC 2742 (QB), Lambert J provides an important reminder of the importance of choosing the right experts and an example of the relevance, or lack of relev...
19 October 2021 - Written by Georgina Cursham
Costs Order Against Dental Expert Who Showed a Flagrant & Reckless Disregard for His Duties to the Court
Having blanked his screen and left the ongoing court proceedings to pick up his son from school, the Claimant’s expert witness in Robinson v (1) Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (2) Mercier ...
12 April 2021 - Written by Edward James
In Negus v Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 643 (QB), the High Court considered whether an NHS Trust was...
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