In a case last year, HCCC v Dr BARTOLAZO  NSWDT 4 (9 August 2013), the HCCC found that not declaring a criminal record amounted to professional misconduct. It is
Why anyone would perform endodontics without rubber dam is a mystery. In an article by Professor Stephen Cohen and others , this issue is expertly addressed. I wish every dentist
In the December ADJ, an article by Dr Raymond Lam from Western Australia discusses litigation in dentistry with a broad and interesting article about litigation, recent law and how it
In Bentley v Dr Nguyen  NSWDC 231, a plaintiff is claiming damages from a dentist and two other defendants. In circumstances where the treating defendants and also all experts
In a recent Victorian case, at the VCAT found against a GP orthodontic general dentist. Practitioners performing GP orthodontics ought to read this s case and also be aware of
This is an administrative law case dealing with state and local government powers to fluoridate the water supply. In essence the application to prevent the community health measure was dismissed.
This case is interesting only in terms of indemnity contract and insurance. It is about a dentist who was defending allegations in Queensland and NSW.
The matter of Health Care Complaints Commission v Poole No. 2  NSWCATOD 67 is a decision of the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal of 20 June 2014.