June 2015 - Anonymity vs Open Justice

Wilkinson v Downton and freedom of expression: Should a nineteenth century tort limit an author’s ability to tell his own life story?

In ordinary human discourse, words may be spoken which may be abusive, untrue or insulting. The person addressed may, as a result, feel distressed or even humiliated. Such words may have serious... Read more

A Revolution In Patients’ Rights

One of the core subjects of litigation concerning professional negligence is that of medical error. Such is the deep-rooted nature of the law’s reach here that a doctor’s liability for negligent... Read more

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