BC-and-EF-2016

Another parental dispute regarding vaccinations. Courts respect the views of parents but have to make a decision in the best interest of the child. This judgment shows that a parent does not gain anything by submitting as their witness statement an extensive report with reference and links to research papers, articles, statistics and similar, as the mother did in this case.

Related Content

Case of Alfie Evans – UK High Court 2018 Case of Alfie Evans, the boy whose parents fought unsuccessfully to have him transferred to Italy before life support was turned off.
Immunisation and the welfare of the child – ... Relates to dispute between parents rather than involving healthcare professionals
Montgomery vs Lanarkshire Healthboard In order to obtain valid consent from a patient, a doctor needs to disclose material risk and reasonable alternatives. What's new is that a doctor nee...
Re B (A child – Immunisation) Relates to immunisation dispute between parents rather than involving a healthcare professional.