Professional Malpractice in UK Law

  • Asset Protection Trusts and Gibraltar's Legislation
    • Nbr. 2-2, March 1994
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 115-120
    ‘Asset Protection’ can be defined as the process of organising one's assets and affairs in advance, so as to best guard them in the future against future financial loss. ‘Asset Protection Trusts’ a...
    ...... in response to the problems certain groups of 'high risk' professionals experienced in the United States in obtaining affordable pro-fessional ability/malpractice cover. Gibraltar has passed legislation by way of amendments to its ......
  • Bo CARLSSON, ÅKE ISACSSON AND BARBRO SJÖBECK, Obstacles that Prevent Legal Programmes from Functioning as a Learning Process: The Example of Malpractice Claims in the Swedish Health-Care System
    • Nbr. 3-2, June 1994
    • Social & Legal Studies
    ...... is to shed light on different obstacles (that is the defects in the judicial process, the inertia of custom and the professional culture of organization) in the process of dealing with malpractice claims, and in the coupling of the decisions to the actual ......
  • Unreliable Confessions and Miscarriages of Justice in Britain
    • Nbr. 4-4, October 2002
    • International Journal of Police Science and Management
    Miscarriages of justice are sometimes caused by confessions, which are coerced by the police or result from suspects' psychological vulnerabilities during custody and interrogation. In recent years...
    ...... police impropriety  or  malpractice  (right col- . implications for how expert psychological . umn). The ...and compliance, which were important. In . professional malpractice . the case of Ward it was a diagnosis of . Police ......
  • Book Reviews
    • Nbr. 4-3, December 2006
    • British Journal of Community Justice
    • Dave Phillips
    • 91-100
    ......For all students and professionals in this area it is crucial to understand how the different strands and ...In stating that “Professional malpractice,. 98. Book Reviews. corporate malfeasance, terrorism, fraud, environmental ......
  • Medical Negligence and the Nigerian National Health Insurance Scheme: Civil Liability, No-Fault or a Hybrid Model?
    • Nbr. , March 2010
    • African Journal of International and Comparative Law
    • 46-77
    ...... provides the bottom line: minimum standard of acceptable professional conduct. In practice, medical negligence is a failure to live up to proper ... and the United States, where there have been reports of a ‘malpractice crisis’, 2 2 Jones, Medical Negligence , ibid , at p. 8. there are no ......
  • RAIMONDO CATANZARO, Violent Social Regulation: Organized Crime in the Italian South
    • Nbr. 3-2, June 1994
    • Social & Legal Studies
    ...... from Functioning as a Learning Process: The Example of Malpractice Claims in the Swedish Health-Care System The patient has no ... the judicial process, the inertia of custom and the professional culture of organization) in the process of dealing with ......
  • Teaching library and information ethics
    • Nbr. 17-2, March 1996
    • Library Management
    • 24-35
    Professionalism in library and information work assumes the awareness and application of ethical standards. Dealing with information products and services implicates practitioners in ethical as wel...
    ...... asthey apply to particular work situations, suchas what the professional manager should dowhen faced by certain dilemmas. The processof change is ...-cal dilemmas in stock selection and userservices, professional malpractice and patronconfidentiality, and specialized challenges inhealth and law ......
  • High ethical standards are not an optional extra: they are fundamental to our professional status.
    • Nbr. 2006, February 2006
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Coghlan, John
    • IN BUSINESS
    ...... a free helpline for ethical conflicts and a free whistle-blowing advice line for potential public-interest disclosure concerning serious malpractice at work. If additional advice is required, we offer a low-cost professional legal advice telephone service. . Our members and students should be ......
  • The Promotion of Police Integrity
    • Nbr. 59-3, July 1986
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ......, both in and out of house, addressed complaints of malpractice (e.g., Beach, 1978; Clarkson, 1976; Kaye, 1971; Knapp, 1973; Lynch, ... In occupations in which professional registration is a prerequisite to employment, such codes can be ......
  • THE COURT EXPERT IN CIVIL TRIALS—A COMPARATIVE APPRAISAL
    • Nbr. 40-2, March 1977
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... or self-confidence of the expert, rather than his professional competence. 7. Those professions on which the judicial system ... customs of the guild or been guilty of malpractice.8 It is noteworthy that these examples of the use of ......
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