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Dangerous driving conviction a bar to claim for damages for personal injuries

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The Supreme Court of Queensland has dismissed an injured plaintiff’s application to strike out those parts of a defence which plead a statutory bar to her claim for damages on account of the fact she was ... read more

Paediatricians as expert witnesses in the Family Courts in England and Wales

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Guidance from the Family Justice Council and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health ... read more

Hugh Koch Inaugural talk 6th March 2019

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GCC Forensic Conference Call for Papers

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The call for papers for the upcoming 3rd edition of GCC Forensic Conference - due to take place this 13-14 November at the Gulf Hotel Bahrain - is open. ... read more

Hidden Assets in Confiscation Proceedings

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Many readers will share my view that the Proceeds of Crime Act is draconian. ... read more

Forensics expert is awarded Churchill Fellowship

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Anglia Ruskin academic hopes to unearth new ways of identifying buried evidence ... read more

Home Office grants Addaction first licensed drug checking service

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Addaction is trialling the UK’s first licenced drug checking service in North Somerset. ... read more

The Expert Witness Training for Medical Professionals £100 off any two-day course in 2019 for all bookings*

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The Expert Witness Training for Medical Professionals ... read more

Winner for the Lawyer Monthly Expert Witness Awards 2019

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Congratulations to Stephen Kite "winner for the Lawyer Monthly Expert Witness Awards 2019 in recognition of your specialized knowledge and experience within the ... read more

Discussions between Experts

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Discussions between Experts are intended to help identify areas of agreement and disagreement between opposing experts, and to narrow down the matters still in dispute.   ... read more