The documents you produce in a court case could win or lose it for you. However, you cannot pick and choose what evidence you want the court to see. The duty of disclosure means disclosing documents that help or hinder your claim.
At present, the courts generally require the parties to undertake ‘standard’ disclosure. Standard disclosure requires a party to...Read More
Processing personal data is commonly prohibited, unless it is expressly allowed by law or the person whose data it is has consented to it. Since 25 May 2018, a dentist obtaining consent has to record when and how the patient consented to having their personal data used and stored. Remember you do not need consent for treating patients, but you would for certain types of marketing, such as...Read More
The GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 have created a new level of protection for patients regarding their personal data and the way that dental practices store and process personal data. However, in this increasingly competitive environment the ability to show case a dentist’s skills is becoming more and more important. Is it possible to balance the patient’s right to privacy against the...Read More