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Understand the context

2016 saw a variety of noteworthy cases which raised important issues in medical law. Included in this download is a summary of those cases of particular interest which were covered in Medical Law Reports, which provides you with the context and impact on future litigation.

Cases summarised in the report:

  • Reaney v University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust [2016] Med LR 23
  • Williams v The Bermuda Hospitals Board [2016] Med LR 65
  • R (Claire Dyer) (By Her Mother and Litigation Friend Catherine Dyer) v The Welsh Ministers [2016] Med LR 185
  • General Medical Council v Adeogba; General Medical Council v Visvardis [2016] Med LR 221
  • Harman (A Child Proceeding By His Mother and Litigation Friend Joanne Harman) v East Kent Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust [2016] Med LR 305
  • Re A (A Child) [2016] Med LR 427
  • DS (By Mother and Litigation Friend FS) v Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust [2016] Med LR 339
  • Carder v The University of Exeter [2016] Med LR 562
  • El-Huseini v General Medical Council [2016] Med LR 647
  • Staffordshire County Council v SRK (By His Litigation Friend SK) [2016] Med LR 398
  • Richards (By His Deputy and Litigation Friend Minihane) v Worcestershire County Council [2016] Med LR 534
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