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Clinical negligence

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Gurkhas lose pensions challenge

Gurkhas lose pensions challenge

The British Gurkha Welfare Society has lost its challenge to the way the Ministry of Defence calculates pension entitlements.
Update: clinical negligence

Update: clinical negligence

Jock Mackenzie reviews cases involving doctors' breach of duty, including allegations of misdiagnosis, failure to seek specialist evidence and evidential matters
Update: clinical negligence

Update: clinical negligence

Dr Jock Mackenzie considers cases on causation where there are several possible causes of injury; on the importance of timings to causation in cerebral palsy cases; and on factual dispute involving expert evidence
Imperfect harmony

Imperfect harmony

Proposals for advocacy fees are based on flawed data that puts access to family justice at risk; so will the government reconsider its plans, asks Lucy Theis QC
Stemming the compensation tide

Stemming the compensation tide

David Oldham welcomes the Court of Appeal's recent reminders that not all accidents are caused by somebody's negligence
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