by Rupert M. Jackson (Author), John L. Powell (Author)
by Rupert M. Powell (Author). The government, of necessity, has allocated billions for the defence of legal action against doctors in particular. Practitioners dealing with any matter relating to professional liability should regard acquiring this book as an absolute necessity.
Citing this book in court for example, carries an authority that is well nigh unassailable.
Read by Rupert M. Jackson. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Jackson and Powell on Professional Negligence: 1998 Supplement (Common Law Library). 0421619007 (ISBN13: 9780421619005).
A comprehensive reference work, covering a wide range of individual professions in separate chapters. Each chapter deals with: the duties to the client and to the third parties; the standard of care and skill; liability for breach of duty; and all aspects relating to damages.
Rupert M. Jackson, John L. Powell.
ISBN: 978 0 41405 752 4. Sweet and maxwell/thomson reuters the common law library.
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Jackson was, with John L. Powell, an author of a leading textbook on the English law of professional liability. He lives in Surrey and is married to Claire, Lady Jackson, a prominent local solicitor, who is head of the Wills, Trusts and Estates department of Howell-Jones LL. .Sir Rupert Jackson was appointed a Justice of the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) Court in Astana, Kazakhstan, in 2018. The AIFC Court is an independent court and separable from the judicial system of the Republic of Kazakhstan.