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GDPR Blog: Update on SARs made to GP and Care practices


The ability for individuals to request personal information that is held about them is one of the cornerstones of the GDPR and its principle of transparency. Subject Access Requests (or […]

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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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