Two New Podcasts: Private Hospital Liability

23 March 2018 by

We have posted two new episodes of Law Pod UK today.

Episodes 25  and 27 feature extracts from the seminar given by 1 Crown Office Row in February 2018 on the lessons learned from the Paterson litigation. These are free and available for download.

Episode 26  Law Pod UK: Hannah Noyce discusses vicarious liability in private hospitals and clinics

Episode 27 Law Pod UK: Dominic Ruck Keene summarises non-delegable duty in private hospitals and clinics

Seminar handout

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1 comment;

  1. Dr.Muhammad Arif Rana says:

    Dear respected Human Rights Team/Dear respected Amnesty International-UK-Secretary General SIR,
    This is my humble request to all of you as your member and Amnesty International-UK member ,kindly ensure a global rules and regulations for the safety of autistic children and their parents rights including benefits .Autistic children does not mean he/she is only child and having no rights -any powerful bad power can do anything as he/they likes/like.Now a days autistic children when they are adults they can become also university professors as per they quality /dignity./efforts.
    We ought to love them but,should not hurt then at any part of body or, at human brain. We love them heartily.
    Best wishes.
    Dr.Muhammad Arif Rana(SIG)
    March 24-2018-Saturday.10:08 PM.

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