Scope of Duty and Causation: Chester v Afshar Revisited - Jun 2019
Pritesh’s practice includes sports law. His experience includes advising on disputes between athletes and their governing bodies and personal injury and/or clinical negligence cases arising out of sporting injuries. He is a member of Sports Resolution’s pro bono panel of lawyers.
Pritesh was formerly a Lawn Tennis Association qualified Tennis Chair and Line Umpire (Grade U3/L4)
- Advising a Wheelchair Basketball player following her exclusion from the GB team for the Rio 2014 Paralympics. Following Pritesh’s involvement, the selection exercise was declared void and a further selection exercise was held, where Pritesh’s client advanced to the next round of selection.
- Advising a Paralympic archer in relation to the removal of his funding.
Law Pod UK Ep. 48: Clinical Guidelines in Clinical Negligence Cases - Nov 2018
Pritesh Rathod to speak at ‘Clinical Guidelines: Litigation, Patient Safety and the Law’ conference - Sep 2018
Pritesh Rathod successful in High Court trial Scaddon v Morgan (2017) - Jun 2017
Profits from the sale of the Inquest Book given to the Bar Pro Bono Unit - Nov 2016
Pritesh Rathod appears at highly publicised contraceptive pill-DVT inquest - Jan 2016
1COR quiz team wins the Leigh Day / Silverlining Brain Injury Charity Quiz night - Feb 2015
Pritesh Rathod represented the family of Robert Goddard in the Inquest into his death - Jun 2014
1COR appears in inquest on death of 13-year old schoolboy run over outside his school - Jul 2013