Certainly the decision in Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board has clarified the law and brought it in line with what clearly has been the pragmatic approach of the NHSLA for some time. In many respects the decision directly reflects, enshrines and applies the established guidance given to doctors by the General Medical Council. The question in practitioners’ […]
About Scott Donovan
Scott was in practice as a barrister from 1975 until late 2014. He was recognised by the Chambers and Legal 500 Directories for many years as being very experienced in the investigation of medical cases and the management of medical experts. He was involved in complex litigation for 25 years.
Scott qualified with the London School of Mediation in 2012. He has a special interest in mediation in the fields of personal injury and medical negligence and is a strong advocate of the benefits of mediation to the parties involved in complex personal injury litigation.
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