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Part 35 Questions to Experts – Lessons from a recent case

Part 35 Questions to Experts Lessons from a recent case ~ by Paul Sankey, Enable Law The Civil Procedure Rules 1998 (‘CPR’) entitle one party to put questions to another party’s expert. This provision is not used as often as one might expect. A recent application in Mustard v Flower and others[1] throws some light…Read Article

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Recording consultations with medical experts. Is the evidence admissible?

Recording consultations with medical experts. Is the evidence admissible? ~ by Paul Sankey, Enable Law A recent case raised the issue of whether covert recordings of consultations with medical experts should be allowed as evidence. This was evidence obtained improperly or unfairly but nevertheless of probative value. The Claim In January 2014 the claimant was…Read Article