Kings Chambers QC and senior junior act in Webster v Liddington

Nicholas Braslavsky QC and Andrew Grantham from Kings Chambers were recently successful in the Court of Appeal in the landmark decision of Webster v Liddington [2014] EWCA Civ 560, in which the court held that medical practitioners could be liable in damages for misrepresentation when the content of a manufacturer’s literature provided to prospective patients prior to them undergoing treatment was materially false in the absence of an express disclaimer.

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