Argues that the majority's decision, whilst understandable on the facts and in light of the context of the case, was at odds with authority. Further it is argued that the dissenting opinion of Lord Goff would have restored principle to an area which has become notorious for lacking principle and logic.
|Title of host publication||Dissenting Judgements in the Law|
|Editors||Neal Geach, Christopher Monaghan|
|Publisher||Wildy, Simmons and Hill|
|Number of pages||16|
|ISBN (Print)||9780854900848, 0854900845|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
- Tort, Negligence, Psychiatric Injury, Duty, White