BBC loses ageism case
- Dr Gee goes to the House of Lords. Dyer, Clare // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);3/14/1987, Vol. 294 Issue 6573, p695
Reports the court rulings on the libel lawsuit filed by Sidney Gee against BBC in London, England. Accusations of Gee on professional misconduct; Adherence of the charges to the requirements of the General Medical Council; Details on the evidences of the allegations.
- The continuing case of Dr. Gee v the BBC and two doctors. Dyer, Clare // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);11/24/1984, Vol. 289 Issue 6456, p1460
Reports the breakthrough to the libel action against the British Broadcasting Corp. by Sidney Gee, a physician in Great Britain. Allegation on the treatment of a patient by Gee; Answer to the proportion of obese patients to other patients; Issue regarding the medication of the drugs.
- Dr Gee defends his treatment. Dyer, Clare // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);12/15/1984, Vol. 289 Issue 6459, p1683
Reports the libel case filed by Doctor Sidney Gee against the British Broadcasting Corporation. Issues on legal obligations of doctors supplying drugs; Discussions on Labelling Regulations; Questions on drug prescription to the patients.
- Libel and medicine. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);5/4/1985, Vol. 290 Issue 6478, p1302
Reports on the lawsuits related to medicine in Great Britain. Settlement of libel charges filed by Sidney Gee, a physician, against British Broadcasting Corporation; Interest of the British Medical Journal on the charges filed; Cost of the legal proceedings of libel charges.
- BBC spent close to Â£500,000 fighting unfair dismissal claim by former technology chief. // Employers Law;Dec2015/Jan2016, p4
The article reports on amount spent by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in failing to defend unfair dismissal claim by John Linwood, former chief technology officer of BBC, as revealed by Freedom of Information (FOI) request and mentions dismissal before closure of Digital Media Initiative .
- Ex-worker wins case for views on BBC's "higher purpose". // Employers Law;May2011, p4
The article reports on the decision released by an employment tribunal that the views of former BBC employee Devan Maistry on the higher purpose of the broadcaster is a philosophical belief under discrimination legislation.
- Dr Gee leaves the witness box, and patients are called. Dyer, Clare // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);2/2/1985, Vol. 290 Issue 6465, p373
Focuses on the libel case filed by physician Sidney Gee against the British Broadcasting Corp. Claims on the unreliability of the free thyroxine index; Accounts on the use of amphetamines in treating obese children; Evidences presented by Gee.
- Soundman wins BBC damages. // RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal;Aug2007, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p6
The article focuses on Adam Jones, a freelance British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) sound engineer, who was awarded damages for injuries suffered on the job. It states Jones was hit by the arm of a wind turbine while on location for a BBC assignment and left paralyzed. Judge Gary Hickinbottom...
- The Gee case: judge rules on meanings of words. Dyer, Clare // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);3/2/1985, Vol. 290 Issue 6469, p698
Presents a court case filed by physician Sidney Gee against the British Broadcasting Corp. for the alleged words used in the interview with the Reading Evening Post. Identification of the opening words of the broadcast; Implication of the broadcast for gross negligence; Derivation of breachers...