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Hospital trust ordered to pay substantial damages for MCA breaches which led to the false imprisonment of a patient


Gloria Esegbona (on behalf of the estate of Christine Esegbona dec’d) v King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust [2019] EWHC 77 (QB): in a claim brought on behalf of the […]

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Legal update: Should a deputy appointed to manage a brain injured claimant’s substantial personal injury award be permitted to withhold from the claimant the amount of the award?


EXB v FDZ [2018] EWHC 3456 (QB): In a civil claim for substantial personal injury damages the High Court concluded that it was not in the brain injured claimant’s best […]

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Why collaboration may be the way forward for dentists in their divorce?


Like many professionals working in the healthcare sector, being a dentist can be a very stressful role. In addition to the long working hours, targets, and financial pressures, dentists’ home […]

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Legal Update – Jailed solicitor’s conviction for wilful neglect quashed on appeal


Kurtz v R [2018] EWCA Crim 2743   A solicitor jailed for wilful neglect following the tragic death of her elderly mother has had her conviction quashed by the Court of […]

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