Tue, 22 Nov 2005 10:44:30 +0100
Maternal Tort Liability Act --- John Murphy
not sure analogy with the CD(CL)A 1976 is.
Canadian approach refers to "injuries" (from which, presumably,
there may be a full recovery); whereas the English Act refers only
to "disabilities" (from which, arguably, a recovery is not possible).
in mind that the English Act was promoted shortly after the horrors
of thalidomide had revealed themselves. This, I believe, give us
a clue as to what is meant by "disabilities".)
I'm right, then maternal tort liability in Canada would be potentially
a deal wider.
Få alle de nye og sjove ikoner med MSN Messenger
Previous Message ~ Index ~ Next