Experts’ discussions

Clin Risk 2008;14:93-95
doi:10.1258/cr.2008.080017
© 2008 Royal Society of Medicine

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Lucy Clements Smith

Email: lucy.clementssmith{at}blm-law.com

Reports reaching the Clinical Disputes Forum (see http://www.clinicaldisputesforum.org.uk)have suggested that the practice of experts’ discussions (‘experts’meetings’) in the context of Clinical Disputes has recentlyencountered problems. A meeting was convened on 21 November2007 at the Law Society, at which some of these problems werediscussed. This article summarizes that debate, focusing onthe ordering of discussions, agenda, timetables and the presenceof lawyers – and some possible solutions are considered.

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