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Grahame Aldous QC to join in with Stewarts Law

Grahame Aldous QC will be joining in with Stewarts Law on 6th October 2021 for a training session for medico-legal rehabilitation experts, training the next generation of rehabilitation experts in the fields of neurology and spinal cord injury.

Grahame Aldous QC joins Inns of Court College of Advocacy panel of expert speakers for webinar on expert evidence

Grahame Aldous QC is joining an Inns of Court College of Advocacy panel of expert speakers for a webinar to discuss issues arising from expert evidence before the courts. Grahame is the editor of the ICCA Guide to the Preparation, Admission and…

New ICCA Expert Evidence Guide – The Lockdown Edition

The Inns of Court College of Advocacy has launched a revised Guidance on the preparation, admission and examination of expert evidence produced entirely remotely under lockdown conditions.

The guide deliberately brings together the use of expert evidence in civil, criminal and family…

Is a ship a ‘She’?

The Scottish Maritime Museum has been in the news for adopting gender-neutral signage for ships as a response to vandalism of its signs.

This is a thorny issue. HMS Queen Elizabeth may well logically be a ‘She’, but what about HMS Prince…

Grahame Aldous QC achieves the highest level of accreditation available from APIL

Grahame Aldous QC becomes the first barrister to achieve the highest level of accreditation available from APIL for his outstanding contribution to personal injury law.

Grahame is now one of an exclusive group of just 12 APIL senior fellows. APIL is a…

Grahame Aldous QC is speaking at a panel session at the APIL annual advanced brain and spinal cord injury conference 2019

APIL’s forthcoming advanced brain and spinal cord injury conference is taking place at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, South Wales from 12th to 14th June 2019.

The programme is now finalised and it’s available here.

Grahame Aldous QC will…

Court of Appeal rejects Defendants bid to change Bolam Test

The Court of Appeal have rejected an appeal by a neurosurgeon against a finding that he acted negligently in administering anticoagulant drugs too early after surgery to decompress the spine.

The early administration of a blood thinning drug lead to a compressive…

Linda Nelson and Grahame Aldous QC win ‘unwinnable’ clinical negligence claim in High Court

Mr Justice Martin Spencer handed down a judgment on 21st May 2018 that a neurosurgeon was negligent in administering prophylactic anticoagulants within 3 hours of surgery to decompress the cauda equina nerves in the spine, rather than waiting until the risk of…

Court of Appeal uphold CICA Damages Act Discount Rate

The Court of Appeal has upheld the application of the Lord Chancellor’s Prescribed Discount Rate by the CICA in assessing future care costs in a pre-tariff case under the 1990 Scheme. The rate had been used even though the CICA is…

Court of Appeal Reserve Judgment on CICA Discount Rate

The Court of Appeal has finished hearing arguments as to whether the CICA was right to apply the Lord Chancellor’s Prescribed Discount Rate in assessing future care costs in a pre-tariff case under the 1990 Scheme. The rate had been used even…

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