The Latest from Cloisters
By Daniel Dyal
With the festive period now a distant memory, it’s time to catch up on some important recent developments. In this blog we round-up recent case law, a few of the key cases members of chambers are involved in and the Ministry of Justice’s response to the court fees consultation.
Judgment has today been handed down by the High Court in the case of Totham v King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, following a December 2014 trial.
Cloisters barristers, William Latimer-Sayer and Catriona Stirling represented the successful claimant, a seven year old girl from south London, who suffered serious injuries during her birth at King’s College Hospital in 2007.
Cloisters barrister Simon Dyer has accepted an invitation to Chair AvMA conference
Cerebral Palsy & Brain Injury Cases – ensuring you do the best for your client on
11 February 2015 at De Vere Holborn Bars, London
CPD: 5 hours and 40 mins.
Cloisters barrister, Linda Jacobs represented the family at the inquest of a six year old boy Jack Adcock who was admitted to Leicester Royal Infirmary with sickness and diarrhoea, and was later diagnosed as suffering pneumonia and septic shock.