Medical Law Briefing – May 2020

Briefings

06/05/2020

Daily life continues to be dominated by the widespread impact of Coronavirus. In this briefing we bring you a round-up of some of the ways in which coronavirus is having an impact on litigation and Medical Law.

Ella Davis and Sarah Prager look at the MDU’s request for a debate on immunity from lawsuits arising from care provided during the current pandemic; a two sided coin with no easy answer.

Dominique Smith analyses the Chief Coroner’s Guidance No.37 and Richard Collier helpfully summarises the approach courts are taking to applications for extensions of time and remote hearings.

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