Shaheen Rahman QC, Gideon Barth and Jo Moore take part in Pathways to Law mock trial - Feb 2021
Gideon is regularly instructed in clinical negligence claims by both claimants and defendants.
He regularly advises, settles pleadings and acts in clinical negligence claims across a broad spectrum of medical work. He has experience in high-value claims, complex causation arguments, secondary victim claims, issues of informed consent and Fatal Accidents Act claims.
Gideon also often appears before coroners in inquests relating to topics ranging from medical negligence to mental health issues and nursing care.
Listen to Gideon discuss secondary victim claims on episode 122 of our podcast LawPod UK here.View full profile »
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Summer 2020 – Issue 6 - Sep 2020
Congratulations on our Six Members appointed to the Attorney General’s Panel of Counsel - Aug 2020
Law Pod UK Ep.121: Secondary Victim Claims update with Gideon Barth - Jul 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – 2020 – Special Issue – Part 3 - Jul 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – 2020 – Special Issue – Part 2 - Apr 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review -2020 – Special Issue - Mar 2020
The 1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Autumn 2019 – Issue 3 - Dec 2019
1COR hosts Sutton Trust students for an insight into life at the Bar - Oct 2019
Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse publish investigation report into Accountability and Reparations - Sep 2019
The Birmingham Pub Bombings Inquest concludes - Apr 2019
The Birmingham Pub Bombings Inquest opens - Feb 2019
Peter Skelton QC, Matthew Hill and Gideon Barth successful in Court of Appeal inquests challenge - Sep 2018
Peter Skelton QC, Matthew Hill and Gideon Barth in Court of Appeal inquests challenge - Jul 2018
Gideon Barth, Jim Duffy, Lizanne Gumbel QC and Mark Wainwright running the London and Brighton Marathons - Jan 2018
Law Pod UK Ep. 18: Do Judge Led Inquiries work? - Nov 2017
Blanket doping bans and human rights. Does a blanket ban on Russian athletes competing at Rio 2016 contravene human rights law? - Jan 2017