This online half day conference is very definitely NOT a repeat of the highly successful and very popular previous Clinical Negligence conferences we have held over the last three years. It's a completely new conference with a panel of 8 speakers, including 3 QCs and covering a selection of new and important subjects ranging from: a clinical negligence case law update for experts and lawyers, to the future of clinical negligence litigation and the material contribution test in causation
The conference can be streamed live to your desktop, laptop or phone or you can watch the recording whenever you want. In either case you will receive a recording of the complete conference.
Who should attend?
The conference will appeal to solicitors, barristers, medical professionals, expert witnesses, NHS Trusts and Private Health Providers, insurers and associations.
Opening address delivered by Alexander Hutton QC: "The future of clinical negligence litigation".
Clinical negligence case law update for experts and lawyers.
The expert/lawyer relationship: Managing expectations.
Divisible/indivisible injury and the material contribution test in causation.
Interim payments of damages.
Secondary victims – the law following Paul v Wolverhampton NHS FT.
Diagnosis and management of strokes in the emergency and primary care settings - with a closer examination of the case of Pickering v Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 1171 (QB).