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22 July - Eve Piffaretti

The Department for Education has recently published updated statutory guidance for schools and colleges on safeguarding children and safer recruitment. Keeping children safe in education 2021, which comes into force... Read More


22 July - Ron Burgess

A warm welcome to Blake Morgan's Summer newsletter, keeping you informed of the latest developments in Employment, Pensions and Immigration Law. With the easing of lockdown restrictions in all parts... Read More


21 July - Tim Forer

Parliament has voted in favour of compulsory COVID-19 vaccinations for those working in CQC-registered care homes in England, giving rise to mixed reactions. Read More


21 July - Vicky Schollar

From 19 July 2021 in England, it is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering in public places, for example, whilst in a supermarket or using public... Read More


20 July - Melodie Thompson

Recent equal pay decisions have potentially far reaching consequences. The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) recently determined in K and others v Tesco Stores Ltd (Case C-624/19)... Read More


20 July - Nigel Griffiths

Normality is slowly returning to London, but it is a very slow process. Many businesses had their sights set on a 19 June "opening up", but those hopes were dashed... Read More


20 July - Daniela Smith

A positive of the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is that it has led to a substantial increase in the use of electronic signatures, which is largely as a result... Read More


20 July - Daniela Smith

The 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has led to a large number of tenants (of both office and retail/restaurant premises) being unable to fully utilise their premises for periods of... Read More


20 July - Stephen Duxfield-Karyakin

What have been the latest developments in UK GDPR adequacy and what can we expect in the future? It is certainly positive news for UK businesses who transfer personal data. Read More


Come and be inspired at Blake Morgan's Women in Leadership live webinar on Thursday 29 July. We are delighted to be joined by our guest speakers Sally-Ann James, General Counsel... Read More

case studies

19 July - Joanna Corbett-Simmons

The Court of Appeal, in Lillo Sciortino v Marc Beaumont [2021][1], recently clarified the issue as to the date upon which a cause of action accrues in negligence when a... Read More


16 July - Debra Gers

With only days to go before further lockdown restrictions are eased in England on 19 July, the Government published its eagerly awaited new Guidance on working safely during coronavirus. It... Read More