Scope of duty since Khan v Meadows

Episode 192,   Jan 25, 10:59 AM

Rachel Marcus and Marcus Coates-Walker of 1 Crown Office Row join Lucy McCann to explore the principle of the scope of duty in the context of clinical negligence claims. First by analysing the decision in Khan v Meadows [2021] UKSC 21 and then discussing how the courts have grappled with scope of duty issues since.

Cases discussed in this episode include:

-          Khan v Meadows [2021] UKSC 21
-          McFarlane v Tayside Board of Health [2000] 2 AC 59
-          Groom v Selby [2001] EWCA Civ 1522
-          Parkinson v St James & Seacroft UH NHS Trust [2001] EWCA Civ 530
-          SD v Grampian Health Board [2022] CSOH 63
-          DD v NHS Fife Health Board [2022] SAC (Civ) 27
-          Radia v Marks [2022] EWHC 145 (QB)
-          McCulloch v Forth Valley Health Board [2023] UKSC 26

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