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6 February

What is the new procurement regime for health services in England? On 1st January 2024, the Health Care Services (Provider Selection Regime) Regulations 2023 (the "PSR Regulations") came into force. The... Read More

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2 February

Sarah Whittle and Daniel Taylor successfully defend NHS England in a landmark procurement case before the Court of Appeal. In this article we examine what a sufficiently serious breach is... Read More

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2 February

In a post-pandemic world, the luxury market continues to grow at an impressive rate, with luxury being sought out by Gen Z and many shoppers looking to buy jewellery, watches... Read More

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1 February

The Government guidance on ethnicity pay reporting is complex. Reporting is voluntary but many employers are already collating the relevant data. They should allow plenty of time to gather and... Read More

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1 February

It is often a misconception amongst potential clients that instructing family law solicitors will increase hostility between a divorcing couple or that the couple have to resolve their financial remedy... Read More

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Experts from law firm Blake Morgan took you through some of the basics a business should be thinking about in the early stages to make the later stages much smoother... Read More

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31 January

In a surprise announcement on Monday 29 January, the Government launched a consultation exercise on introducing fees in the Employment Tribunals and Employment Appeal Tribunal. Strictly speaking, that should be... Read More

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30 January

Many people are familiar with the term "constructive dismissal" whereby an employee resigns in response to their employer's breach of an express or implied term of their employment contract. It is... Read More

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26 January

The coronavirus pandemic saw a significant increase in homeworking and hybrid working. However, an increasing number of organisations now want their staff to return to the workplace more regularly. Many... Read More

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25 January

Despite mediation becoming more mainstream, many do not know about the process involved in family mediation. As part of Family Mediation Week, we explain what happens at the end of... Read More

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Fashion and the law special In this fashion-focused edition, we take a look at some topical issues for this industry, estimated to be worth a staggering $1.7 trillion in 2022.... Read More

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23 January

In a hugely significant case, the First Tier Tribunal (FTT) has made an £18million remediation contribution order against a developer, including waking watch costs, under the Building Safety Act 2022.... Read More