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07-11-2002
Judge halts DVT hearing by admitting he had BA shares
A judge has wasted more than ?100,000 in legal fees and taxpayers' money by admitting he had shares in a company facing court action before him. Mr Justice Nelson sat for a day before realising he had a vested interest in British airways, one of 27 a?
07-11-2002
Why airlines have a licence to kill
Every year many thousands of air travellers suffer from deep-vein thrombosis ? blood clots that can kill. Thanks to the publicity that DVT has received in the past couple of years most of us are aware now that the condition is caused or made worse b?
06-11-2002
Airlines 'are hiding behind charter' in thrombosis cases
Almost 30 of the world's biggest airlines were yesterday accused of hiding behind an international charter to escape liability for deep vein thrombosis, the potentially fatal condition that passengers allege can be caused by cramped seating.




06-11-2002
Airlines 'are hiding behind charter' in thrombosis cases
Almost 30 of the world's biggest airlines were yesterday accused of hiding behind an international charter to escape liability for deep vein thrombosis, the potentially fatal condition that passengers allege can be caused by cramped seating.

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06-11-2002
Headlines Wednesday November 6th 2002
Airlines in ?100m court battle with DVT families (The Times)
Airlines 'hiding behind outdated law over DVT' (Daily Telegraph)
DVT victims died because of airlines neglect, court told (The Independent)
Families in ?100m battle over DVT (Daily Expre?
06-11-2002
DVT victims' families take airlines to court
Relatives of six air passengers who died of ?economy class syndrome? yesterday launched a high court case blaming some of the world's leading airlines for their death.
The Guardian, 6th November 2002
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