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Oxford Researchers Part of Major UK Initiative to Understand Chronic Pain

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Oxford pain researchers are playing a major role in a new multi-million pound research programme launched by a consortium of funders, including UKRI, Versus Arthritis, Eli Lilly and the Medical Research ... read more

Attorney General's Guidance on Legal Risk

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This Attorney General’s Guidance is for lawyers advising on lawfulness and legal risk in Government. It explains the common framework to assess risk across the Government Legal Profession. ... read more

High Court revokes permission to rely on expert evidence

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The High Court has provided guidance on the obligations of an expert witness to act independently in compliance with CPR Part 35. ... read more

Delays in cancer diagnosis due to Covid-19 pandemic: a legal minefield?

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A recent study in the United Kingdom demonstrated that there is likely to be a 20% increase in cancer-related deaths over the next 12 months because of the effect of the pandemic on health systems. Elise ... read more

Beware the client who is too busy to litigate

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by Will Sefton, Partner and Tom Morris, Associate - www.rpc.co.uk ... read more

Costly Consequences of a Party Getting too Close to their Expert

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by Nichola Evans Partner | Commercial Litigation ... read more

Revoking Permission for Expert Evidence: Andrews v Kronospan

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by Adam Culy, Harriet Campbell and Megan Pettinger at Stephenson Harwood ... read more

Experts on Trial

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Chris Bryden and Georgia Whiting, barristers at 4 King’s Bench Walk, examine case law surrounding the role of expert witnesses, which suggests a worrying trend ... read more

How (and how not) to terminate a construction contract and other issues...

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by Claire Perry, Senior Associate - Stevens & Bolton ... read more

New Virtual Reality Technology to Repair Hearts

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Researchers from the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences have developed new Virtual Reality (VR) technology, funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF), which could improve outcomes for the thousands ... read more