Articles matching "surveillance"
Covert recordings made by the claimant of medico legal examinations were deemed "reprehensible" but "relevant and probative" in the context of a "question mark" raised over the neuropsychological…Read more
John Lezemore and Adela Carrasco of DWF have recently obtained significant savings on a claim presented as a chronic pain case valued at over £1million.Read more
In a defendant's application for permission to rely on surveillance evidence heard a month before trial, the court found that the claimant had not been ambushed and the defendant was allowed to rely…Read more
Last month, in the case of Hayden v Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, the High Court allowed the defendant to rely on surveillance evidence notwithstanding that it had been served shortly…Read more
Andrew Cousins reviews the recent High Court decision in Purser v Hibbs & Anr (2015) which raises two interesting issues following a discovery of dishonest exaggeration through the use of…Read more