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1 September - Tim Forer

On 3 March 2021, in his Budget announcement, the Chancellor announced an extension of the furlough scheme to the end of September 2021 for all parts of the UK. From... Read More

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1 September - Daniel Taylor

A quick guide on the changes coming into force on 1 September 2021, by the Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Act 2018. Commencement Orders From 1 September 2021,... Read More

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25 August - Ruth Christy

As the situation with regard to Government support and action is regularly changing, this article is periodically updated. Please contact one of our employment team lawyers for the latest position with... Read More

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24 August - Kirsteen Hook

Earlier this summer the Department for Education (DfE) published the new Academy Trust Handbook which takes effect from 1 September 2021 and we summarise the key changes here. It is... Read More

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20 August - Tim Forer

Unless there is a sudden and surprising change of policy, we are now in the last weeks of the furlough scheme. It was introduced in March 2020 as a short-term... Read More

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13 August - Joanne Thompson

Litigation & Dispute Resolution experts Joanne Thompson and William Rees look at the changes to the operation of the Disclosure Pilot Scheme for "less complex claims" below £500,000. Read More

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11 August - Laura Sherratt

Usually, when schools convert to academy status, this is a joint decision supported by both the governing body of the school in question, and the academy trust into which the... Read More

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6 August - Holly Cudbill

Some major companies in the US have already announced that their staff will need to be fully vaccinated before returning to the workplace - but could this happen in the... Read More

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6 August - Abbie Coleman

Can lack of contact sever a parent's obligation to maintain their children from their Estate? We look at Inheritance Act claims by estranged children, focussing on the recent case of... Read More

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6 August - Michael Woonton

We take a look at a recent case, Morley v The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc, that could potentially mean regulation for commercial lending could be on the way. Read More

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3 August - Jodie Grove

In February 2021 the Department for Health and Social Care published a White Paper on improving health and social care for all, which set out the Government's proposals for reform... Read More

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3 August - Richard Wade

Over the last three decades, we have seen increasingly widespread use of Alternative Dispute Resolution, as parties with disputes have sought swifter and less expensive ways of settling claims. Is... Read More