|Ludwig v (1) Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust (2) Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 96 (QB)
The Claimant failed to established that she suffered a brain injury as a result of the Defendants' negligent failure to treat an infection suffered by her mother at the the time of the her birth. It was not proved that her mother was suffering from an infection. Even if she had been, the evidence was inconclusive as to whether different management would have resulted in a different outcome.
|for the Defendants|
|B v A Rugby Club & Another (2011) - Richard Booth represented a Club doctor at an English Premiership rugby union club in a claim for negligent treatment brought by a Welsh international player. There were multiple defendants, including the Club itself and physiotherapists. Issues included future earnings prospects of the player with history of chronic injuries.|
|XX v Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 
Claim arising from the damage to a girl XX at birth due to clinical negligence at Rochford Hopsital, Essex. Liability having been dealt with quickly, the settlement PPO package valued at about £4m was agreed by negotiation and approved by the court on 1 September 2010.
|For the Claimant|
|Newman v (1) Maurice (2) Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust  EWHC 171 (QB)
Claim arising out of alleged failures in the Claimant’s care by a Consultant Orthopaedic and Spinal Surgeon. Held the surgeon had not acted negligently, bearing in mind the risks which had to be considered in deciding whether to go ahead and perform surgery.
|For the Second Defendant|
|Stubbings v Webb  AC 498
Decision of the House of Lords that claims for injuries arising from intentional assaults were subject to the non-extendable 6-year limitation period.
|For the Appellant|