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Medical Care and the Duty to Advise by Paul Sankey, Partner at Enable Law

Medical Care and the Duty to Advise Raul Guiu Gallardo v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust[1] The Supreme Court in Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board changed the law in relation to a doctor’s duty to advise patients[2]. It substituted a patient-centred test for a doctor-centred one. The adequacy of advice is no longer measured by[…]

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Employment Law weekly update: 15 December 2017

It’s the final update of 2017 and as The Last Jedi is out today, I’ve given the update a Star Wars theme, with gifs in the “Employment Law in the News” and gags in the “Caselaw” so if you’re one of that lot who only read the jokes at the end, you’ll miss out on extra hilarity. Serves you[…]

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Employment Law weekly update: 8 December 2017

Caselaw The Skelton Key In Various Claimants v Wm Morrisons Supermarket PLC, Morrisons has been found liable for a former employee leaking personal information about nearly 100,000 members of staff. Thousands of staff sued Morrisons after their personal details were leaked online by a senior IT employee, Andrew Skelton, in 2014. (I bet you thought I[…]