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How are medical negligence compensation claims changing?

By Nick Holmes on March 19, 2018

Many have speculated that a culture centred on compensation claims has been nurtured in the UK in recent years – and the many adverts broadcast on television and radio promoting legal firms that specialise in compensation seem to attest to (…)

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Shift toward transparency at NHS

By Nick Holmes on November 22, 2016

NHS trusts throughout England have experienced a number of burdensome setbacks in recent years. The country’s healthcare system is known for being widely understaffed and poorly organized from the top down, leading to a growing culture of litigation that shrouds (…)

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Valuing complexity

By Nick Holmes on February 11, 2009

Thanks to Prism Legal for pointing to an analysis that gives the lie to the assertion that complex legal documents cannot be “packaged” (if not “commoditised”). KIIAC are specialists who “create standard templates with clause alternatives for high quality, rapid (…)

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Getting the most from the Web (III): staking your claim

By Nick Holmes on March 5, 2001

Published in P.S., the journal of Probate Section, March 2001 Parts of this article also appeared in previous Pages on the Web in the Solicitors Journal There are now well over 1,000 firms of solicitors in England and Wales with (…)

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Getting the most from the Web (II): be a web detective

By Nick Holmes on October 5, 2000

Published in P.S., the journal of Probate Section, October 2000 The websites of relevant associations usually provide a good jumping off point for practitioners. However, for the probate practitioner, at present these sites disappoint: the Probate Section site at www.probatesection.org.uk (…)

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