Harry Maguire - Is there any justice in speedy, summary justice?
Harry Maguire - Is there any justice in speedy, summary justice?

Is there any justice in speedy, summary justice?

by Alexandra Monaghan

Manchester United fans all over the world are seething at the treatment of their captain, Harry Maguire on the Greek island of Mykonos.

Harry Maguire was enjoying some down time in Greece with family and friends, when he found himself charged with offences including aggravated assault, resisting arrest and attempted bribery.…

Consequences Should not Matter for Consent
Consequences Should not Matter for Consent

Jo Morris has written an article published in The Times. Either follow the link here , or read the text below.

Consequences should not matter for consent
The ruling in the Jason Lawrence case reflects the spirit and letter of the law, and will stop future claims taking unexpected twists
The ruling of the Court of Appeal in the case of Jason Lawrence is eminently sensible.
Personal Protective Equipment & Regulatory Proceedings
Personal Protective Equipment & Regulatory Proceedings

Personal Protective Equipment & Regulatory Proceedings

by Libby Anderson

Many questions about Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) availability, quality & guidance have been asked of late, as front-line NHS workers put themselves at grave risk on Covid wards. The current Public Health England guidance on the use of PPE, which applies to healthcare and social care workers, reduces the requirement to wear PPE and allows for the cleaning and re-use of some PPE between procedures.…

Regulatory Team Briefing: Remote Substantive Hearings
Regulatory Team Briefing: Remote Substantive Hearings

Remote Substantive Hearings

A Regulatory Team Briefing

By Claire Robinson; Libby Anderson; Mary-Teresa Deignan; Wafa Shah

Most of the Regulators are either already conducting remote substantive hearings or appear to be moving towards doing so. This document is intended to highlight some of the issues that it may be relevant to consider if asked to advise on whether a case is appropriate for a remote hearing; it is not an exhaustive list.…