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the professional negligence blog

A collaboration between Rebmark Legal Solutions and 1 Chancery Lane

NHS England: are GPs getting a fair hearing?

  GPs may not perform NHS services in England unless they are included in a national list (“the List”) held by NHS England. NHS England has powers to manage admission, suspension and removal from the List. If a GP’s name is not on the List he/she is prevented from practising. Evidently, therefore, NHS England’s list determinations have very serious ramifications f... [More]

A BUGging question of disclosure...

 In one of his first decisions after appointment to the Chancery Division Nugee J heard an appeal on a disclosure issue in the case of Ward Hadaway v DB UK Bank Limited (11.11.2013 unreported). The case raised a point of principle on the test to be applied where a document has already been technically disclosed by reference but the disclosing party claims that the primary disclosure duty is n... [More]

Architects' Professional Consultancy Certificates – Certifiable Trouble?

As we draw to the close of 2013, one case from this year which did not receive as much attention as I expected was Hunt & Ors. v Strutt & Parker & Ors. [2013] EWHC 681 (TCC).  It is most rare to have a judgment concerning Professional Consulting Certificates (“PCCs”) issued by an architect, essentially in order to certify that a property complies with the apposite pla... [More]