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A v Archbishop of Birmingham & Anor  EWHC 1361 (QBD)
The claimant's damages were assessed following the admission of liability by the defendants in a case that had involved sexual abuse of a child by a Catholic priest over a 10-year period and had resulted in severe mental health problems for the claimant.
Godden & Ors v Kent & Medway Strategic Health Authority
LTL 4/8/2004;  Lloyd's Rep Med 521;  EWHC 1629
It was arguable that a health authority could be held vicariously liable for the acts of a general practitioner who had indecently assaulted and possibly negligently treated his patients, and on that basis a claim for damages brought against the health authority by the patients concerned was not struck out as having no reasonable grounds.
Selman & Anor v Vijay Construction (UK) Ltd
 Unrep HT 01/100
Junior Counsel to Andrew Goodman in a claim arising out of an attempt to set aside a compromise agreement of previous litigation obtained through fraudulent misrepresentation