Dishonesty: Truth, lies, exaggeration and the judicial crucible

Liam Ryan reviews the recent decision of Fletcher v Keatley and how a court should, and can, approach a claim for psychiatric injury where a claimant has been found to have purposefully exaggerated their symptoms ‘A judge doesn’t need to be bound unequivocally to one party’s expert evidence (although it will always be persuasive) and …
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