Trains, pains and allegations: fairness in medical misconduct cases

Richard Booth QC writes about West London Mental Health NHS Trust (Respondent) v Chhabra (Appellant) [2013] UKSC 80 :

It is not unknown for lawyers or doctors to speak on a mobile phone about confidential details of a case while travelling by train. Some of you may even have left case papers out on your seat or table while you hunt down a bacon baguette from the Travelling Chef (formerly known as “Toastie Geoff” prior to rebranding). If so, read on, for this is a cautionary tale

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