Charles Feeny writes in the May 2019 issue of Liverpool Law:
In April 2017, the National Health Service Litigation Authority (NHSLA) changed its name to NHS Resolution. This was not meant to be a nominal re-brand. It represented an aspiration to achieve what might be described
as a more holistic response to medical accidents. The new approach was taken in conjunction with other initiatives such as duty of candour and patient safety. Whilst the more jaundiced clinical negligence litigators viewed this development with some scepticism, there can be no doubt that the process of change has been approached with serious intent.
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