Legal foundations in medical treatment

Legal foundations in medical treatment

The legality of all medical treatment is founded on the existence of consent or some other lawful authority. The general principle is that no form of medical treatment can be given without either the consent of the capable patient, or, if the patient is a child or an incapable adult, either the consent of someone. Read more

International Issues in Children's Cases – A Post-Court Lecture

International Issues in Children's Cases – A Post-Court Lecture

We are delighted to present this timely post-court lecture for all family law, immigration law and mediation practitioners on Wednesday, 17th May, 2017. The evening will be chaired by The Rt Hon. Lord Justice McFarlane with lectures from Madeleine Reardon (1KBW) and Kathryn Cronin (Garden Court Chambers). Book your place: Visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-issues-in-children-cases-tickets-32054009405 Seminar Details: Chair: The. Read more

Doing Business Post-Brexit

Doing Business Post-Brexit

As a corporate and commercial lawyer, a number of my clients called me in a panic the day after the Brexit Referendum and asked nervously what were the effects of Brexit on their business deals, their employees, their supply agreements, their lending facilities and the questions went on and on. That same day Lloyds Bank. Read more

The arena for sports disputes – arbitration vs litigation

The arena for sports disputes – arbitration vs litigation

Arbitration and sport have long been viewed as an ideal doubles pairing. Sports disputes commonly possess many of the characteristics which favour resolution through arbitration rather than litigation. They may be of a highly technical character, best resolved by experts with a deep knowledge and understanding of the industry and its practices. They may be. Read more

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