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  • Health,
  • Jul 31, 2020
  • Author: Nevena Brown
  • INSIGHT: Listen to the experts: Chatoor v Health Care Complaints Commission of NSW [2020] NSWCA 111

    The NSW Court of Appeal (“NSWCA”) recently overturned a decision of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (“the Tribunal”) in relation to two complaints concerning Dr Roger Chatoor (a cardiologist). Dr Chatoor appealed the Tribunal’s findings of unsatisfactory professional conduct on the primary basis that it had failed to correctly apply the relevant statutory test […]

  • Health,
  • Jul 20, 2020
  • Author: Kellie Dell’Oro
  • INSIGHT: What do I do if there is an accidental breach of my patient’s privacy? Advice for health practitioners and organisations

    It is trite advice to Australian health practitioners to say that they must exercise caution when dealing with their patients’ sensitive health information. However, even the most cautious practitioner or organisation can fall victim to an inadvertent breach of patient privacy.  Accidents happen, and Meridian Lawyers frequently receives requests for assistance from practitioners or organisations […]

  • Insurance,
  • Jun 30, 2020
  • Author: Robert Minc Author: David Randazzo
  • INSIGHT: Swearing of affidavits across Australia – what’s required during the COVID-19 pandemic?

    Key takeaways In some States and Federally, witnessing and attesting affidavits can be done remotely. If a sworn affidavit is not possible, an unsworn affidavit may be accepted by the Court. If an unsworn affidavit is relied upon, a sworn or affirmed affidavit must be filed with the Court when circumstances allow. Legislation and Regulations […]

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