Regina v Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Trust – Times Law Reports

Posted October 10th, 2008 in fines, hospitals, law reports, medicines, public interest by sally

Regina v Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Trust

Court of Appeal

“It was against the public interest to punish by a large fine a not-for-profit organisation, carrying out work for the public benefit, where a failing occurred without fault on the part of that body, but through an act or default of an employee, to whom the task was properly delegated and who was properly trained.”

The Times, 10th October 2008


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