Evidence: Covert recording in a PI claim

Grace Nicholls considers the implications of a recent case that concerned the recording of medical examinations by the claimant ‘While noting that the covert recordings of Mr M and Mr K were “reprehensible”, the judge observed that the evidence obtained through the recording of Dr T’s examination was highly relevant and probative, indeed as were …
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Cases Referenced

  • Mustard v Flower & ors [2019] EWHC 2623 (QB)