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By |October 1st, 2015|Events|

Date & Time Date: 01/10/2015 Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Location: Weightmans, 100 Old Hall Street, Liverpool Event description A seminar exploring the recent cases of Montgomerie and Spencer and the issues involved in reasonable consent to medical treatment. The current state of the law will be discussed but also the speakers [...]

Bright White Line Law

By |September 16th, 2015|Events|

Date & Time Date: 16/09/2015 Time: 4:45 pm - 7:00 pm Location: The Royal College of Surgeons, 35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields Event description The symposium will look at specific cases considering whether the supposed control mechanisms of breach and causation in clinical negligence operate reasonably and effectively in the context of the vast [...]

Julia Hurlbut comments on the decision in Spencer

By |July 13th, 2015|News Stories|

The Spencer Case illustrates quite clearly the approach all doctors need to take when advising patients of the inherent risks associated with proposed treatment. Any reasonable patient in the claimant’s situation would want to know the risk of a DVT associated with a general anaesthetic, albeit small, the consequences if that risk materialises can be catastrophic. For [...]

Mesothelioma and breach

By |February 26th, 2015|Events|

Date & Time Date: 26/02/2015 Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Location: DWF Birmingham, One Snowhill, Snowhill Queensway Event description Pro-VIDE Law is pleased to announce that it is hosting a seminar focusing on breach of duty in cases of mesothelioma.The event will be held at DWF’s Birmingham office. Participants and their topics include: [...]

Charles Feeny published in the European Journal of Risk Regulation

By |January 15th, 2015|News Stories|

Charles Feeny has published the article, 'Epidemiological association, evidence of legal causation?- a view from the front line' in the forthcoming issue of EJRR. In his article, Charles discusses the development of epidemiological evidence and its value as a means of proving causation. In addressing this, the article comments of the so-called 'doubles the risk [...]

Complete Counsel: shedding the unnecessary…

By |January 15th, 2015|News Stories|

From 5 January 2015, I will continue my practice as a Barrister, with support from Complete Counsel. Complete Counsel is an innovative project which will operate as a sister company to Document Direct.  It is anticipated that instructions through Complete Counsel will be electronic via a portal.  The management of my practice will use the [...]

Mesothelioma: a new generation of claims

By |October 21st, 2014|Webinars|

About this Webinar This webinar examines the new generation of mesothelioma cases currently before the courts. Participants and their topics include: Dr Charles Hind, Consultant Chest Physician, “Developments and trends in diagnosis and treatment”; Martin Stear, Chartered Occupational Hygienist, “The developing knowledge of risk from ACMs in the structure of buildings”; and Charles [...]

Mesothelioma: A new generation of claims

By |October 16th, 2014|Events|

Date & Time Date: 16/10/2014 Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Location: DWF Manchester, 1 Scott Place Event description Pro-VIDE Law are pleased to announce their latest lecture which will examine the new generation of mesothelioma cases before the courts. Participants and their topics include: Charles Feeny, Barrister St. Johns Buildings, “Breach and minimal [...]

Ana Samuel appointed Deputy Coroner

By |August 10th, 2014|News Stories|

Ana Samuel has been appointed Deputy Coroner for the city of Birmingham.

Material contribution or inference? Shortcuts to proof in delay of treatment?

By |May 1st, 2014|Webinars|

About this Webinar In this webinar Charles Feeny addresses the legal issues that arise in cases of delayed treatment with particular reference to cauda equina syndrome and material contribution for the purpose of proving causation. As part of this Charles discusses the importance of the following cases: Hussain v Bradford Hospital NHS Trust Bailey [...]