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A market leader’, Kennedys is ‘very responsive to the needs of the client’. NHSLA-nominated partner Robert Tobin and senior associate Camilla Long (who is ‘bright, on the ball and incredibly nice’) successfully defended a £5m birth injury claim against Barts Health NHS Trust. Amanda Mead is noted for her ability to ‘see issues clearly and for her empathy’. Recommended solicitors include former doctor Debra Sexton (who has ‘excellent knowledge of medical issues’), and Ross Bell and Laura Ringrose, who ‘know how to fight their clients’ cases robustly’.

Clients get a central London quality of service at a regional price’ from Stephen King’s team at Mills & Reeve LLP, which has ‘unbelievable technical knowledge’. King acted alongside associate Flora McCabe in defending a £300,000 claim for negligent hip surgery.

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Legal Developments in East Anglia for Clinical negligence: defendant

  • New revised guidelines for administrators in pre-pack sales

    Pre-pack sales by administrators are now used frequently enough for most people in business to be aware of them and many have come across them in their business lives. A small amount of controversy still attaches to pre-packs, but it is probably right to say that they are now an accepted part of the UK business scene as a useful means of rescuing a business in difficulty and preserving some or all of the jobs connected with the business.
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