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John McKendrick has been instructed in a Court of Protection case where King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust made an application to provide life-saving treatment against a patient’s will.
Outer Temple Chambers and the FSLA hosted a seminar, Global Investigations and Judicial Oversight Seminar, on Tuesday 17 November.
Driscoll will give an introduction to the management of PI claims in the US on Wednesday 25 November.
John McKendrick has acted for the Secretary of State defending a challenge to the purported failure of the Secretary of State’s officials to provide the claimant with access to rehabilitative resources to permit his release from prison.
The NHS trust that ran the Stafford Hospital has pleaded guilty to criminal charges in relation to four deaths of elderly patients in its care at Stafford Magistrates Court.
Described by some as a ” force of nature”, Christopher Wilson-Smith QC yesterday won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Chambers and Partners 2015 Bar Awards.
Ben Compton QC has been awarded the accolade of Health and Safety Silk of the Year 2015 at the Chambers & Partners Bar Awards.
Lawyers acting for bereaved families say the crematorium breached the Human Rights Act by failing to return the ashes of their babies.
Outer Temple Chambers is supporting APIL, which is holding a full-day conference on accidents abroad at Kingsway Hall Hotel, London, on 17 November.
Focus wll be on witnesses from various authorities...