MacDonald v Burton [2020] EWHC 906 (QB)

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Audio recording of neuropsychological testing (1) The defendant was allowed to carry its neuropsychological examination of the claimant without being subjected to any kind of recording of that examination: a level playing field could not be achieved where the claimant had not recorded the examination and testing by his own expert but where the examination testing by the defendant's expert was so recorded. (2) The judge discussed the question of any privilege which may exist in any recordings that are made. (3) The judge hoped that the forthcoming British Psychological Association guidance would recognise the competing interests and would not merely state that psychological examinations and testing should never be recorded.

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Full judgment: BAILII

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Date: 13/3/20🔍

Court: High Court (Queen's Bench Division)🔍

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Published: 23/4/20 21:38

Cached: 2020-07-06 09:41:08