1 MODEL DIRECTIONS FOR CLINICAL NEGLIGENCE CASES (2012) - before Master Roberts and Master Cook Introductory note. These are the Model Directions for use in the first Case Management Conference in clinical negligence cases before the Masters. A draft order in Word format, adopting the Model Directions as necessary, is to be provided by to the Master at least 2 days before the hearing. Parties are required to use the form of order at the end of this document adapted as necessary. From April 2013 CPR Rule changes will require parties to take as their starting point any relevant Model or Standard Directions The addresses of the clinical negligence Masters are: The Model Directions allow the court and the parties to be flexible. For example, sequential exchange of quantum statements (say, with schedule and counter-schedule of loss) may be appropriate. The sequential exchange of expert evidence on breach of duty and causation may sometimes be appropriate. It would be helpful if dates appeared in bold type.
2 Please note: Solicitors must ensure that the claimant is accurately described in the title to the order: e.g., JOHN SMITH (a child and protected party by his mother and Litigation Friend, JOAN SMITH). It is never permissible to refer to such a claimant as JOHN SMITH. The order should make it clear that it is made pursuant to a Case Management Conference or an application or both. Please note the role of experts in the preparation of Agendas.
3 Warning: you must comply with the terms imposed upon you by this order otherwise your case is liable to be struck out or some other sanction imposed. If you cannot comply you are expected to make formal application to the court before any deadline imposed upon you expires.
4 on xxxx before Master Xxxx sitting in Room E118 E112 at The Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London the Master heard the solicitor for the Claimant and the solicitor for the Defendant and made the following Order Delete room number as appropriate.
5 1) The Claim is allocated to the Multi-Track and is assigned to Master Xxxx for case management. All claims issued in the High Court must be allocated to the Multitrack and may well have been allocated earlier. This merely confirms allocation for the avoidance of doubt and confirms the docketing of the claim to the assigned Master. 2) At all stages the parties must consider settling this litigation by any means of Alternative Dispute Resolution (including round table conferences, early neutral evaluation, mediation and arbitration); any party not engaging in any such means proposed by another is to serve a witness statement giving reasons within 21 days of receipt of that proposal. That witness statement must not be shown to the trial judge until questions of costs arise. The object is to reduce door of the court settlements which are wasteful of costs, resources and judicial time. 21 days can be altered. The words and not less than 28 days before trial can always be added after the word proposal by the managing judge if appropriate. Not necessary for every Order. There can be added: Such means of Alternative Dispute Resolution adopted shall be concluded not less than 35 days before trial. 3) Documents are to be retained as follows: a) the parties must retain all electronically stored documents relating to the issues in this Claim. b) the Defendant must retain the original clinical notes relating
6 to the issues in this Claim. The Defendant must give facilities for inspection by the Claimant, the Claimant s legal advisers and experts of these original notes on 7 days written notice. c) legible copies of the medical and educational records of the Claimant / Deceased / Claimant s Mother are to be placed in a separate paginated bundle by the Claimant s Solicitors and kept up to date. All references to medical notes are to be made by reference to the pages in that bundle. 4) This and any additional paragraphs to be inserted here may cover various case management directions: Amendments The following is suggested: Permission to Claimant / Defendant to amend the Particulars of Claim / Defence in terms of the draft initialled by the Master [or the draft served on xxxx]; the Defendant to serve an amended Defence by xxxx. Costs of and occasioned by the amendments to be borne by (usually, the party seeking permission to amend). [Where no draft is available, but the form of the amendments is not contentious] (Party wishing to amend) to serve draft amended [Statement of Case] by xxxx. If no objection to the draft amendments, response to be served by xxxx, if objection is taken to the draft, permission to restore. Judgment (The following is suggested: Judgment for an amount to be decided by the court being xx% of the damages due on a full liability basis.
7 Split Trial [An order That there be a split trial is inappropriate. The following is suggested.] A preliminary issue shall be tried between the Claimant and the Defendant as to whether or not the Defendant is liable to the Claimant by reason of the matters alleged in the Particulars of Claim and, if so, whether or not any of the injuries described were so caused; and, if any such injuries were so caused, the extent of the same. 5) Disclosure of documents relevant to the issues of breach of duty and causation and quantification of damages will be dealt with as follows: a) By 4pm on xxxx both parties must give to each other standard disclosure of documents by list and category. b) By 4pm on xxxx any request must be made to inspect the original of, or to provide a copy of, a disclosable document. c) Any such request unless objected to must be complied with within 14 days of the request. d) By 4pm on xxxx each party must serve and file with the court a list of issues relevant to the search for and disclosure of electronically stored documents, or must confirm there are no such issues, following Practice Direction 31B. The words and category are optional. Where there is a large number of documents all falling into a particular category, the disclosing party may list those documents as a category rather than individually. See: para 3.2 to Practice Direction 31A.
8 6) Evidence of fact will be dealt with as follows: a) By 4pm on xxxx both parties must serve on each other copies of the signed statements of themselves and of all witnesses on whom they intend to rely in respect of breach of duty and causation and all notices relating to evidence, including Civil Evidence Act notices. b) For the avoidance of doubt statements of all concerned with the relevant treatment and care of the Claimant must be included. c) By 4pm on xxxx both parties must serve on each other copies of the signed statements of themselves and of all witnesses on whom they intend to rely in respect of condition, prognosis and loss and all notices relating to evidence, including Civil Evidence Act notices. d) Oral evidence will not be permitted at trial from a witness whose statement has not been served in accordance with this order or has been served late, except with permission from the Court. e) Evidence of fact is limited to xx witnesses on behalf of each party. f) Witness statements must not exceed xx pages of A4 in length. 7) Expert evidence is directed as follows. The following text is not designed to be prescriptive, but will cover the essential directions for expert evidence. The directions will identify the disciplines of expertise on which it proposed to rely and, preferably, the names of each expert (or a direction requiring the
9 expert to be named by a date). Where necessary the specific issues which the expert is to address can be identified. 8) The parties have permission in respect of breach of duty and causation and quantification of damages to rely on the following jointly instructed written evidence of an expert xxxx a) By xxxx the expert should be agreed and instructed, and if no expert has been instructed by that date the Claimant must apply to court by 4pm the following day for further directions. b) By xxxx the expert will report to the instructing parties. c) By xxxx the parties may put written questions to the expert. Delete as necessary OR experts in the following fields: Where it is necessary to confine an expert to specific issues the following subparagraph is appropriate: a) The expert s report will be confined to the following issues i) xxxxx d) By xxxx the expert will reply to the questions. ii) xxxxx e) A copy of this order must be served on the expert by the Claimant with the expert's instructions. f) A party seeking to call the expert to give oral evidence at trial must apply for permission to do so before pre-trial check lists are filed. g) Unless the parties agree in writing or the Court orders otherwise, the fees and expenses of the expert shall be paid by the parties giving instructions for the report equally. Whether questions are to be put to the single joint expert is a matter for case management. If they are not required the subparagraphs can be deleted. The following optional subparagraph can be used: The expert may apply direct to the court for directions where necessary under Rule Civil Procedure Rules.
10 9) In respect of breach of duty and causation the parties each have permission to rely on the following written expert evidence: a) The Claimant: i) an expert in xxxx, namely Mr A, whose report must be ii) an expert in xxxx, namely Dr B, whose report must be The following can be added for each expert: confined to the following issues: iii) an expert in xxxx, namely Ms C, whose report must be served by xxxx b) The Defendant: i) an expert xxxx, namely Mr AA, whose report must be ii) iii) an expert xxxx, namely Mr BB, whose report must be an expert xxxx, namely Ms CC, whose report must be 10) In respect of condition, prognosis and quantification of damages the parties (the Defendants acting jointly) each have permission to rely on the following written expert evidence:
11 a) The Claimant: i) an expert in xxxx, namely Mr A, whose report must be ii) iii) an expert in xxxx, namely Dr B, whose report must be an expert in xxxx, namely Ms C, whose report must be b) The Defendant: i) an expert in xxxx, namely Mr AA, whose report must be ii) iii) an expert in xxxx, namely Mr BB, whose report must be an expert in xxxx, namely Ms CC, whose report must be 11) Unless the reports are agreed, there must be a without prejudice discussion between the experts of like discipline by 4pm on xxxx in which the experts will identify the issues between them and reach agreement if possible. The experts will prepare for the court and sign a statement of the issues on which they agree and on which they disagree with a summary of their reasons in accordance with Rule Civil Procedure Rules, and each A guide is 8 weeks after the exchange of reports for the discussion and 7 days to produce their statement. The following direction may be used as appropriate: Discussions between experts are not mandatory. The parties should
12 statement must be sent to the parties to be received by 4pm on xxxx and in any event no later than 7 days after the discussion. consider, with their expert, whether there is likely to be any useful purpose in holding a discussion and should be prepared to agree that no discussion is in fact needed. Where it is necessary to identify more specifically the areas of discussion, the following may be used (numbering not formatted): The purpose of the discussions is to identify: The extent of the agreement between the experts; The points of disagreement and short reasons for disagreement; Action, if any, which may be taken to resolve the outstanding points of disagreement; Any further material points not raised in the Agenda and the extent to which these issues are agreed 12) xxxx Agendas The use of an agenda is not necessary in every case. Claimants solicitors and counsel should note the obligation to prepare the draft Agenda jointly with the relevant expert. Experts should note that it is part of their overriding duty to the court to ensure that the Agenda complies with the following direction which may be used (numbering not formatted): The use of agendas is not mandatory. Solicitors should consult with the experts to ensure that agendas are necessary and, if used, are reasonable in scope. The agenda should assist the experts and should not be in the form of leading questions or hostile in tone. An agenda must include a list of the outstanding issues in the preamble.
13 The preamble should state: the standard of proof : the Bolam test : remind the experts not to attempt to determine factual issues : remind them not to stray outside their field of expertise and indicate the form of the joint statement. It will also be helpful to provide a comprehensive list of the materials which each expert has seen, perhaps in the form of an agreed supplementary bundle (it is assumed that experts will have been provided with the medical notes bundle). Otherwise the following direction may be used (numbering not formatted): Unless otherwise agreed by all parties solicitors, after consulting with the experts, a draft Agenda which directs the experts to the remaining issues relevant to the experts discipline, as identified in the statements of case shall be prepared jointly by the Claimant s solicitors and experts and sent to the Defendant s solicitors for comment at least 35 days before the agreed date for the experts discussions. The Defendants shall within 21 days of receipt agree the Agenda, or propose amendments. 7 days thereafter all solicitors shall use their best endeavours to agree the Agenda. Points of disagreement should be on matters of real substance and not semantics or on matters the experts could resolve of their own accord at the discussion. In default of agreement, both versions shall be considered at the discussions. Agendas, when used, shall be provided to the experts not less than 7 days before the date fixed for discussions.
14 Where it has been impossible to agree a single agenda, it is of assistance to the experts if the second agenda is consecutively numbered to the first, i.e. if the first agenda has 16 questions in it, the second agenda is numbered from 17 onwards. 13) A copy of this order must be served on each expert by the Claimant with the expert's instructions. 14) The parties have permission to call oral evidence of the experts in xxxx. OR A party seeking to call oral expert evidence at trial must apply for permission to do so before pre-trial check lists are filed. 15) Any unpublished literature upon which any expert witness proposes to rely must be served at the same time as service of his report together with a list of published literature. Any supplementary literature upon which any expert witness relies must be notified to all parties at least one month before trial. No expert witness may rely upon any publications that have not been disclosed in accordance with this order without the permission of the trial judge subject to costs as appropriate. 16) Experts will, at the time of producing their reports, incorporate details of any employment or activity which raises a possible conflict of interest.
15 17) For the avoidance of doubt, experts do not require the authorisation of solicitor or counsel before signing a joint statement. 18) If an expert radically alters an opinion previously recorded, the joint statement should include a note or addendum by that expert explaining the change of opinion. 19) Schedules of Loss must be updated as follows: a) By 4pm on xxxx the Claimant must send an up to date schedule of loss to the Defendant. b) By 4pm on xxxx the Defendant, in the event of challenge, must send an up to date counter-schedule of loss to the Claimant. c) The schedule and counter-schedule must contain a statement setting out that party s case on the issue of periodical payments pursuant to Rule 41.5 Civil Procedure Rules. 20) The trial will be listed as follows. a) By 4pm on xxxx Claimant s Solicitors must apply to Queen s Bench Judges Listing for a listing appointment for a trial within the trial window and give notice of the appointment to the Defendant. b) Trial: Judge alone; London c) Category: B Note: This does not affect Rule which provides that where experts reach agreement on an issue during their discussions, the agreement shall not bind the parties unless the parties expressly agree to be bound by the agreement. Periodical Payments. Parties should, at the first case management conference, be prepared to give their provisional view as to whether the case is one in which the periodical payment of damages might be appropriate. Schedules. Parties are encouraged to exchange Schedules in a form which enables the Counter schedule to be based on the Claimant s Schedule i.e. by delivering a disk with the hard copy, or by sending it as an attachment. Usually 6 weeks after the case management conference The Queen s Bench Judges Listing, in order to maintain the necessary degree of flexibility for listing, will give a trial period rather than a fixed date, but, in order to accommodate the parties need for certainty as to dates for experts to attend, will, if an approach is made closer to the beginning of the trial period, confirm
16 d) Trial window: from xxxx to xxxx inclusive. e) Time estimate: x days f) The parties shall file Pre-Trial Check Lists as directed by the Queen s Bench Judges Listing. the date for the trial to begin as the first day of the trial period. The trial period will usually be directed to begin at least 2 clear months after the last event besides Alternative Dispute Resolution (this is to allow for Alternative Dispute Resolution). In relatively modest claims ( in term of damages only), the Master may direct: If the parties reach agreement upon breach of duty and causation, the parties are to immediately restore the case before the Master so that alternative directions on the assessment of damages may be considered. The following subparagraph may be added: Certified fit for High Court Judge if available 21) Pre-trial directions are as follows: a) There will be a review case management conference in Room E118 E112 4 weeks before the trial window starts with a time estimate of half an hour. b) The case management conference will be conducted by telephone, unless the court orders otherwise. The Claimant must make the relevant arrangements in accordance with Practice Direction 23A Civil Procedure Rules. c) At least 3 clear days before the case management conference Delete Room number as appropriate This hearing may be vacated by consent provided that all directions have been complied with; no further directions are required; and the Master is given reasonable notice. NB the default for a case management conference with a time estimate of no more than one hour is by telephone. See Practice Direction 23A paragraph 6.
17 the Claimant must file and send to the Defendant preferably agreed and by i) any draft directions; ii) a case summary. 22) Not more than 7 nor less than 3 clear days before the trial, the Claimant must file at court and serve an indexed and paginated bundle of documents which complies with the requirements of Rule 39.5 Civil Procedure Rules and Practice Direction 39A. The parties must endeavour to agree the contents of the bundle before it is filed. The bundle will include a case summary and a chronology. 23) The parties must file with the court and exchange skeleton arguments at least three days before the trial, by . 24) Costs in the case. Or other costs order sought Note: A party may request the restoration of a CMC or application by letter or to the assigned Master. If possible the Master should be provided with an agreed list of dates to avoid. Where the application is urgent and the time estimate is no more than 30 minutes, the Master will endeavour to list a hearing at 10.00am as soon as possible. Applications estimated to take more than 30 minutes should be applied for as private room appointments in the usual way.]
18 [Both Masters are willing, in appropriate cases, to hear applications by telephone link, provided sufficient notice is given directly to the Master concerned and the relevant papers are provided in advance. s are an acceptable means of communication, provided that they are copied to all parties.] [NOTE. : The Court File in cases proceeding before the Masters will not routinely be placed before the Master. Parties wishing for it to be produced should notify the Case Management Section FIVE CLEAR DAYS in advance of the appointment. In all other cases parties should bring with them copies of any filed documents upon which they intend to rely.
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