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Published July, 2011
By Shaun D. Pattinson
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
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Published August, 2009
By Shaun D. Pattinson
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Medical Law and Ethics provides coverage of the major topics of medical law and ethics, combining detailed legal exposition and analysis with moral theory and philosophy. This book considers the wider contextual pressures facing the law such as the impact of market forces and patient consumerism, political interests, medical and professional interests, changing perceptions of medicine, developing technologies, and limited resources.

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Published December, 2008
By Michael Jones
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
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The major changes in the IHT treatment of settlements in FA 2006 and the October 2007 Pre-Budget Report have presented tax planners with a short transitional period running until 6 April 2008. It explores what IHT tax planning can and should be done during this period and how the tax regime will operate from 6 April.

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Published December, 2006
By Stephen Wilkinson, Jean V. McHale, Michael Gunn and Marie Fox
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
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Designed as a core text suitable for a range of health care and medical law courses, this title provides an accessible and stimulating collection of cases, statutes, reports and reform proposals, together with a comprehensive accompanying text that reflects the complexity of health care issues.

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Published April, 2006
By Shaun Pattinson
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Covers the major topics of medical law and ethics, combining legal description and analysis with moral theory and philosophy. This book includes reference to international instruments and the laws of other jurisdictions enabling students to compare with domestic law. It examines the impact of increasingly direct recognition of human rights.

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