Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Vlog - Episode 3 - Can a claimant film a medico-legal examination?

Thu, 23 Jul 2020

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Teresa Hargreaves and Gareth Compton discuss two recent conflicting decisions as to whether a Claimant ought to be permitted covertly or overtly, to record their examinations by the Defendant's medical experts. They also consider the broader implications of these cases for surveillance generally.

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