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NJ v Thurrock Clinical Commissioning Group
The High Court has ruled that a CCG acted unlawfully in excluding a GP from participating in the election to its Board.
Dr. Lie v Dr. Mohile  EWCA Civ. 1436
L and M are two doctors providing medical services under PMS Agreement with a PCT. Clause 2 (i) provides that the partnership shall subsist for the joint lives of the partners.
Section 72 Law of Property Act allows a partner to create a tenancy for himself and his partner or partners. Such a Partnership can so be created by intention of the Partners evidenced, and can be evidenced by a Partnership Agreement.
TUPE and Dr. T and Medical Imaging UK ltd v Southend Hospital NHS Trust (Interested Party)
T was a specialist ophthalmologist employed by the interested party from around 2009 on 3PA (programmed activities). In one PA, the Claimant operated an outpatient eye clinic at the Trust’s premises treating a full range of ophthalmological problems.
NHS Performance Regulations 2013
Dr. NR is a general medical practitioner and a provider and performer of medical services pursuant to a PMS Agreement with NHSE. Dr NR practised in partnership with another Dr.X.
In the Matter of Dr AU v Primary Care Trust.
The NHSLA held that termination of Dr U’s contract by the PCT was disproportionate, and therefore unlawful.
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