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NHS Trust to be prosecuted for “wholly avoidable” death of newborn baby

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) will prosecute an NHS Trust in relation to two charges over the death of baby Harry Richford, who died at only seven days old in...

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Mental health and coronavirus

Whether you have been on furlough, been made redundant, are still working from home or able to work in the office safely, good mental health has become increasingly important in...

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Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020

Baby Loss Awareness Week takes place on 9th – 15th October every year. It aims to commemorate babies who have died during pregnancy, at birth or in infancy, as well...

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Workplace discrimination: what employers need to consider

As much as any employer would argue that their organisation is fair and honest, workplace discrimination does happen and it’s more common than you would think. Discrimination in the workplace...

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How landlords can prepare for the end of the eviction ban and lifting of possession proceedings

When the Government announced a three-month eviction ban back in March 2020, many of us would have hoped that by the time June came around, life would surely be back...

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Update on contributory negligence in road traffic accidents

During a recent judgment (Campbell v Advantage Insurance Company Ltd) at the High Court, it was concluded that the Claimant could not properly argue that he was too drunk to...

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Why do you need Power of Attorney?

No one wants to contemplate the fact that one day they may lack mental capacity, through either age or illness. As with making a Will, Powers of Attorney are about...

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Is a 50/50 company a good idea?

When two people start a business, they often split the ownership of the company 50/50 because it seems the obvious and fair way. In an ideal world, both owners will...

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Returning to work after a brain injury

Although not everyone who has experienced a brain injury is able to return to work, many do and it can be a challenging process to get to grips with. Whether...

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Uber Eats and Deliveroo riders: what are their legal rights?

In recent years, and particularly over recent months as we were confined to our own homes, online food delivery services have become increasingly popular. The most popular, Uber Eats and...

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How long do I have to claim compensation for personal injury?

Any type of claim has a limitation period. This is a period of time in which the Claimant should ‘bring’ their claim to court. If you are considering making personal...

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The Coronavirus Act 2020: a tenancy update

The Coronavirus Act 2020 was introduced on 25th March 2020. It restricted the ability for both residential and business landlords to evict tenants. Since the emergency legislation was introduced, the law...

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