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18 Dec 2012, 1:40 am
Full report: Bailii.An NHS Trust v DJ & Ors [2012] EWHC 3524 (COP) (06 December 2012)Application by NHS Trust for permission to withdraw medical treatment from 68 year-old man lacking capacity. [read post]
22 Jan 2021, 11:34 pm
Full report: Bailii.NHS Trust v X (In the matter of X (A Child) (No 2)) [2021] EWHC 65 (Fam) (18 January 2021)Judgment considering issue of whether a Gillick competent child should be afforded the exclusive right to decide her own medical care. [read post]
9 Feb 2015, 1:15 am
 * Laura Smith-Hewitt… is categorically is an examiner -- some readers should get over it. [read post]
23 Feb 2015, 2:55 am
 Never too late 30 [week ending Sunday 25 January] -- Julia Reda’s EU copyright revolution | GC on trade-marketing bottle shapes in (T-69/14 and T-70/14) | IPKat and BLACA’s event on Sensory copyright | IP Cross-Border Enforcement | US Supreme Court in Teva v Sandoz | On-line copyright infringement in Spain | GC on the ‘Pianissimo’ trade mark for vacuum cleaners in Case T‑11/14 Grundig Multimedia AG… [read post]
2 Feb 2015, 2:20 am
.* Life as a patent examiner according to the EPO - paid-for article in the New ScientistThe EPO has paid for an article promoting the career path of an EPO Examiner on the New Scientist. [read post]
14 Jan 2009, 3:54 pm
A recent decision from the Westchester County Surrogate’s Court, Edelman v Hatami is an entertaining read. [read post]
25 Aug 2014, 9:35 am by Schachtman
Omalu, no stranger to lost causes, was the medical examiner of San Joaquin County, California, at the time of his engagement in the Pritchard case. [read post]
14 Mar 2021, 7:24 pm by Omar Ha-Redeye
Although Canada initially inherited the reasonable person standard from England in Vaughn v. [read post]
29 Dec 2014, 2:16 am
* Endoscope and remedial scope: inside view of an application for summary judgment Medical Innovations Ltd v Eakins and others is a Chancery Division, England and Wales decision delivered by Richard Meade QC. [read post]
27 Sep 2009, 6:35 pm
The now-defunct Exchequer Court examined the issue back in 1964, in Canada (Minister of National Revenue – M.N.R.) v. [read post]
The post Case Preview: Imperial Tobacco Ltd v Lord Advocate (Scotland) appeared first on UKSC blog. [read post]
15 Oct 2007, 10:19 am
This was not a duty of search or examination but merely clerical function that ensured the various formal requirements had been met before the examination went to the search and examination stages. [read post]
16 Feb 2015, 1:44 am
 Never too late 30 [week ending Sunday 25 January] -- Julia Reda’s EU copyright revolution | GC on trade-marketing bottle shapes in (T-69/14 and T-70/14) | IPKat and BLACA’s event on Sensory copyright | IP Cross-Border Enforcement | US Supreme Court in Teva v Sandoz | On-line copyright infringement in Spain | GC on the ‘Pianissimo’ trade mark for vacuum cleaners in Case T‑11/14 Grundig Multimedia AG… [read post]
1 Mar 2011, 4:47 am by Eric Turkewitz
New York has successfully been doing this for almost 200 years for verdicts that are unreasonable, since Chief Judge James Kent wrote the following in Coleman v. [read post]
2 Jan 2015, 12:22 pm
The death of James Brady, President Ronald Reagan’s press secretary, at age 73 earlier this week has been ruled a homicide by a medical examiner. [read post]
6 Jan 2020, 5:33 am
The company claims that the awards will be "a true reflection of what fans are listening" to.PatentsGuestKat Rose Hughes looked back at a busy year for the Enlarged Board of Appeal, examining, amongst others, some of the more controversial cases that 2019 brought, such as Pepper (G 3/19) and Computer simulated inventions (G 1/19).Rose also provided a breakdown of some of the important Board of Appeal cases of 2019, which included highlights such as a new… [read post]
10 Jun 2011, 8:45 am by Samantha Knights, Matrix.
However, whilst many of the 2001 Rules may not impact on the discretion to detain, certain rules e.g. rules 34 and 35 relating to the provision of medical examinations/reports arguably do have a close connection with a decision to detain.  [read post]