Lords acquits barrister of medical negligence claim

Harris, Joanne
February 2005
Lawyer;2/14/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that British barrister Jacqueline Perry, a junior specializing in personal injury cases who as found negligent by the Court of Appeal has been acquitted by the House of Lords in a medical negligence claim. Facts of the case; Summary of the reversed ruling.


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