Law

4 October 2012

Clinical negligence: a culture of litigation?

Scott Lister discusses the Centre for Policy Studies' recent report on The Social Cost of Litigation.

3 October 2012

Client anonymity in clinical negligence claims – the dilemma of litigating

Kate Rohde reflects upon the dilemma presented by her long held belief that clinical negligence clients must be kept away from the press.

Kate Rohde

27 September 2012

Clinical negligence claims: Punishing doctors’ mistakes or compensating patients’ loss?

Terrence Donovan weighs up the dilemmas of launching a clinical negligence claim.

Terrence Donovan

21 August 2012

Medical Negligence – on the increase?

Jonathan Smith discusses the the surge in the number of clinical negligence claims.

9 March 2012

Clinical Negligence: Legal Aid Bill falters in the House of Lords

The highly controversial Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill has suffered some defeats in the House of Lords this week. The Bill is borne out of the government’s aim to save £350m from the Ministry of Justice budget by 2015 and originally aimed to cut all Legal Aid funding for victims of medical negligence.

Lauren Evans

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