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Legal update

8 January 2016 Adding injury to injury: defendants only liable to pay for claimants’ additional care

The Court of Appeal handed down judgment on the controversial case of Reaney v University Hospital of North Staffordshire Trust in November 2015.

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What happens at an inquest?

In this video Ian explains what is involved in an inquest and how this can impact your school.

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Why would a school be involved in an inquest?

Ian Long explains the implications of being involved in an inquest and what your school can do when faced with the situation.

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Coroner rejects arguments of public interest immunity

Coroner rejects arguments of public interest immunity and orders disclosure of Serious Case Review documents

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Judgment reached on disclosure of IMRs…

The High Court has confirmed it was appropriate in this case for them to be disclosed to the Coroner to enable him to undertake a full and detailed inquest.

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Legal update

27 June 2013 Disclosure of confidential documents to the Coroner

We have recently been involved in a High Court challenge over the disclosure of confidential documents created as part of a Serious Case Review into the death of a looked after child.

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Should IMRs be disclosed to coroners?

The question being tested in the High Court is what is more important; the guarantee of confidentiality, or the coroner having access to all of the evidence when investigating a death?

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Legal update

18 December 2008 The New Cremation Regulations: The Shipman legacy

The Cremation (England and Wales) Regulations were laid before Parliament on 3 November 2008 and come into force on 1 January 2009.

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Legal update

22 August 2008 VAT and car parking - Local authorities and NHS trusts - Europe decides

As set out in our bulletin of 28 April 2008 on this topic, the UK courts had asked for a ruling from the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") on questions relating to whether public bodies such as local authorities (and possibly extending to NHS Trusts) had incorrectly been charging VAT on off-street parking.

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