Professional Malpractice in UK Law

  • Asset Protection Trusts and Gibraltar's Legislation
    • Núm. 2-2, Marzo 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...
    ...... t o th e problem s certai n group s o f 'hig h risk ' professional s experience d i n th e Unite d State s i n obtainin g affordabl e ......
  • Teaching library and information ethics
    • Núm. 17-2, Marzo 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...
    ...... as they apply to particular work situations, such as what the professional manager should do when faced by certain dilemmas. The process of change is ... dilemmas in stock selection and user services, professional malpractice and patron confidentiality, and specialized challenges in health and law ......
  • High ethical standards are not an optional extra: they are fundamental to our professional status.
    • Núm. 2006, Febrero 2006
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Coghlan, John
    ...... 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 ......
    • Núm. 40-2, Marzo 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 ......
  • Political Exhortation, Patient Expectation and Professional Execution: Perspectives on the Consumerization of Health Care
    • Núm. 13-2, Junio 2002
    • British Journal of Management
    A central theme underpinning the reform of public‐sector services in western economies since the 1980s has been the emphasis on reorienting service provision around the user. Public‐sector organiza...
    ...... Designed to Care , reflecting growing public disquiet with the med- ical profession as a result of increasing evidence of professional malpractice, the dominant focus has remained on the processual aspects of service delivery . T his does not imply that technical quality is insignificant, but ......
    • Núm. 52-3, Mayo 1989
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... in the 1960s and 1970s significantly undermined professional control over entry. Both branches repeatedly expressed ... is considering no-fault compensation of medical malpractice. Recognising the limits on the public purse, lawyers are ......
  • Comment: Some thoughts on the organization of legal Practice in Ethiopia
    • Núm. 11-1, Enero 2017
    • Mizan Law Review
    • Tameru Wondim Agegnehu
    • Tameru Wondim Agegnehu: LL.B, (Haile Selassie I University, currently Addis Ababa University, 1972), LL.M (University of Manchester, 1981), former Vice President of the Supreme Court, and currently Attorney & Consultant at Law, Email:
    • 229-238
    The art of arguing cases evolved in Ethiopia as elsewhere as a personal skill and to this day, legal service in Ethiopia is a sole practice that has not been able to organize itself into a law firm...
    ...... on Business Organizations included the LLP to accommodate professional business associations including the legal practice. 2 Key terms ..., accounting firms and other profession al partnerships for malpractice and for other tort liability. 33 In many cases large judgments were ......
  • Reviews
    • Núm. 61-2, Marzo 1998
    • The Modern Law Review
    Thomas: Legal Frontiers Wellman: An Approach to Rights: Studies in the Philosophy of Law and Morals Allsop and Mulcahy: Regulating Medical Work: Formal and Informal Controls Mercuro and Medema: Eco...
    ......, in which law, bureaucratic regulation, the internal market, professional self-regulation and a range of other controls play a part, and sometimes ... for doctors of increasing litigation and the rising costs of malpractice may be accompanied by a crisis for patients ‘of confidence in the ......
  • Developing a professional identity in a new work environment: the views of defendant intermediaries working in the criminal courts
    • Núm. 18-2, Mayo 2016
    • The Journal of Forensic Practice
    • 155-166
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to find out how intermediaries interpret their role working with vulnerable defendants at court. Design/methodology/approach: – In this study six intermedia...
    ...... are on the Registered (witness) Intermediary database bu t of course the courts can legitimately complain to the Ministry of Justice if malpractice or poor practice is highlighted. Non-registered intermediaries, who have not undertaken any additional accredited training about the adversarial ......
  • Bullying effects on performance and engagement among academics
    • Núm. 41-6, Octubre 2019
    • Employee Relations
    • 1205-1223
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine relationships between perceived bullying, work engagement and work performance among Estonian academics. Specifically, it details what forms of bull...
    ......Findings – Perceived bullying – especially “ professional understating ”– decreased work engagement and work performance among ...malpractices ” )a n d perceived work engage ment (see Figure 1). Relationship between ......
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