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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Healthcare Professionals as Witnesses in the Court

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ISBN13: 9781900151221
ISBN: 1900151227
Published: January 2000
Publisher: Greenwich Medical Media Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £69.99



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This book is an authoritative practical guide to the legal principles and skills demanded of the expert witness in court, taking into account the key changes in procedures arising from the Woolf report. As such, it will be invaluable to both the novice and experienced practitioner alike, as well as for those specifically interested in setting up and running a medical expert witness practice. Key features: * Authors are the UK's leading specialists in this area * Written at a basic but authoritative level and therefore of interest to both the specialist and occasional expert witness * A rapidly expanding area of interest * Includes all of the changes introduced in the Woolf Report

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Subjects:
Evidence, Medical Law
Contents:
1. Introduction to the English legal system
2. Organising an expert witness practice
3. The coroner system
4. Written evidence for criminal proceedings
5. Criminal court oral evidence
6. Personal injury written evidence
7. Personal injury oral evidence
8. Conferences with counsel
9. Negligence liability, written evidence
10. Marketing an expert witness practice
11. Getting paid
Appendix A: example medical report
Appendix B: guidelines on experts meeting
Appendix C: draft code of evidence for experts
Appendix D: part 35 of the new civil procedure rules and practice direction
Appendix E: list of useful addresses.