Giles Colin has a wide ranging practice covering a number of areas of law, but he is best known for his work in the fields of clinical negligence, discipline and regulation, personal injury and inquests (principally in healthcare matters appearing regularly on behalf of the Ambulance Service, PCT and Hospital Trusts, as well as representing the interests of doctors). Giles has been instructed directly by the General Medical Council to cross examine vulnerable witnesses where the doctor does not have legal representation.
- Robinson v Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  9WLUK 400: Obtained a Third Party Costs Order against expert following discontinuance of claim.
- Thimmaya v Lancashire NHS Foundation Trust v Jamil : Secured Wasted Costs Order for defendant against expert.
- Keith Williams v CWM Taf University Hospital Board  EWCA Civ 1745: Claimant appealed against the decision that the multidisciplinary medical team who had treated him for critical limb ischemia were not negligent.
- GMC v Richard Akinrolabu [16.05.06]: First Instruction by GMC Legal of Counsel to cross-examine a vulnerable witness who gave evidence by video link in circumstances where the Doctor did not have representation.
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Summer/Autumn 2021 – Issue 10 - Jan 2022
Claimant Expert ordered to pay £50,543.85 following discontinuance of claim - Oct 2021
Giles Colin offers further insight into significant wasted costs case in PI Focus (April Issue) - May 2020
Giles Colin secures Wasted Costs Order against Claimant Expert in clinical negligence case - Feb 2020
Giles Colin wins in Court of Appeal defending vascular treatment provided by the Health Board - Jul 2018