Hudoc Judgment (Merits and just satisfaction) Violation of Art. 5-1; Violation of Art. 5-5; No violation of Art. 3; No separate issue under Art. 8 in respect of lawfulness of detention; No violation of Art. 8 in respect of other complaints; No separate issue under Art. 14+5-1 in respect of situation vis-and#224;-vis other minors; No violation of Art. 14+5-1 in respect of other complaints; Non-pecuniary damage – financial award
39474/98,  ECHR 443,  ECHR 447, (2002) 35 EHRR 33
Cited – Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board SC 11-Mar-2015
Change in Doctors’ Information Obligations
The pursuer claimed that her obstetrician had been negligent, after her son suffered severe injury at birth. The baby faced a birth with shoulder dystocia – the inability of the shoulders to pass through the pelvis. The consultant considered that a . .
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Updated: 19 April 2022; Ref: scu.170310