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Covert recording of expert medical examinations

5th December 2019

The Hardwicke Podcast

Charles Bagot QC and Colm Nugent discuss the covert recording of expert medical examinations.  Now that this issue has been confronted head-on by the courts – is it something that can be prevented – and, if not, shouldn’t it just be accepted and regulated?

Charles and Colm examine the pros and cons of this developing topic.

Case citations

Mustard v Flowers & Ors [2019] EWHC 2623 (QB)

Jones v Warwick University [2003] EWCA Civ 151

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Charles Bagot QC and Colm Nugent discuss the covert recording of expert medical examinations.  Now that this issue has been confronted head-on by the courts – is it something that can be prevented – and, if not, shouldn’t it just be accepted and regulated?

Charles and Colm examine the pros and cons of this developing topic.

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