Outer Temple’s Tom Gibson appears for NHS trust in Mitchell-type strike-out application
Tom Gibson from Outer Temple Chambers has appeared for an NHS trust in a successful Mitchell-type strike-out of a clinical negligence claim. The case — HP v Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust — involved an alleged failure to consent the claimant properly for an operation. The defendant trust had denied liability.
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