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Halt in Use of Transvaginal Mesh

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Health boards have been instructed to completely stop all transvaginal mesh procedures until new protocols are developed and implemented, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has told the Scottish Parliament. ... read more

Tough new measures to end the blight of nuisance calls

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Rogue companies making unsolicited calls related to personal injury claims could now be fined up to £500,000. New powers will ban cold calls offering to settle personal injury or payment protection insurance ... read more

Challenging a probate decision 10 years later on grounds of fraud

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Owen Davies' family only found out about the November 2008 death of their late brother/ son four months after the event. His Belgian fiancée had gone as far as to text a response from his phone to say that ... read more

RGL Forensics rebrands as BTVK Advisory

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Leading accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP and RGL Forensics, a leading global financial investigations firm, have come together to create a premier ... read more

Criminal legal aid: Welcome boost for trial fees must be matched across system to avert crisis

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Support for criminal legal aid trial payments must be balanced by boost for case preparation work to ensure survival of the criminal defence profession. ... read more

The role of an Expert Witness: more than just a report

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The end goal when instructing an expert witness report is ultimately a detailed, objective report based on sound clinical judgment; a report that stands up in Court and enables decisions to be made in the interests of ... read more

RCOT awarded funding to run occupational therapy-led vocational clinics in GP surgeries

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The Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) is ... read more

Men jailed for selling unlicensed medicines to sick patients

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Four people who manufactured and sold an unlicensed drug to patients suffering from conditions including cancer, multiple sclerosis, HIV and autism have been sentenced today (27 November). ... read more

Part 36 and Indemnity Costs: Court of Appeal Slams the Door on Attempts to Avoid Fixed Costs Regime

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Judgment has been handed down in the appeals of Hislop v Perde and Kaur v Committee of Ramgarhia Board [2018] EWCA Civ 1726. The Court of Appeal has considered the costs consequences of accepting Part 36 offers in ... read more

DELAYS IN LUNG CANCER TREATMENT ‘CANNOT BE TOLERATED’ SAY EXPERTS

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Three out of four patients diagnosed ‘too late’ ... read more