By wjmadden Not yet available on Caselaw is the interlocutory decision from last week of Macquarrie v Hunter New England Local Health District & Ors 2017 NSWDC (17 August 2017).
During the course of the trial the defendants objected to parts of the plaintiff’s tender bundle and to part of the plaintiff’s expert evidence concerning liability.
The proposed tender bundle included two letters from a specialist (Dr Teo) to a general practitioner, that had been produced on subpoena (at ) but had not been served (at , ). Similar issues arose in relation to other documents. The defendants objected on various bases but of …read more
Source:: Bill Madden