Welcome to the sixth issue of the Quarterly Medical Law Review, brought to you by the barristers at 1 Crown Office Row.
Download the Summer 2020 newsletter here: 1COR QMLR – Summer 2020 – Issue 6
Read the individual articles on the QMLR Archive website here.
In this edition you will find:
Bill Edis QC considers the vexed issue of anonymity orders, particularly in circumstances where the Claimant is not a protected party on page 2.
Gideon Barth considers secondary victim claims in the clinical negligence context on page 4.
Rob Kellar QC explains a recent decision on dishonesty and admission of prejudicial material on appeal in circumstances where an agreement had been made to not admit the material on page 8.
Richard Mumford provides a fascinating and unique analysis of judicial decisions on consent post-Montgomery, to see if any trends can be gleaned on page 12.
Rajkiran Barhey analyses a decision which considers the distinction, or lack of, between the tests in Bolam and Bolitho on page 17.
Dominic Ruck Keene explains a recent decision on monitoring during labour on page 19.
Sarah Lambert QC provides an excellent summary of the ten most useful costs cases in 2020 thus far on page 22.
Charlotte Gilmartin explains a complex decision arising from treatment provided in a German hospital, and the associated international law issues in the clinical negligence context on page 25.
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