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Healthcare advisory and clinical negligence. Advising NHS Trusts on a range of Mental Capacity and Mental Health issues, representation at Inquests. High-profile cases include the reported PS case advising a client on Application to the Court of Protection for authority to sedate an incapacitated patient in her own home before transporting to hospital to undertake surgery. This was only the second publicly reported decision of the Court of Protection in its current form.
Trained Eversheds, Norwich; qualified 1996. Browne Jacobson, partner, 2010. Worked for defendant insurers and the NHS all of his professional career. Has been working for NHSLA for over 10 years. Expertise in mental capacity and mental health law and inquests for over five years.
Bishop Vesey Grammar School; Trinity College, Oxford (1st class degree in Modern History); Nottingham Law School (PGDL and LPC).
Ornithology, singing, writing.
Clinical negligence - defendant; Healthcare; Mental health