Our highly experienced lawyers provide expert assistance on:
Clients we have successfully acted for and advised include:
|Department of Health||Commissioning Support Units|
|Care Quality Commission||Acute and Foundation Trusts|
|NHS England||Nursing & Midwifery Council|
|NHS Wales||Human Tissue Authority|
|Clinical Commissioning Groups||Strategic Health Authorities|
|Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority|
Examples of how our healthcare legal experts have helped clients include:
The health and social care sector is transforming. In a rapidly changing environment, our team of specialist lawyers stay ahead of the issues...
A corporate manslaughter prosecution against Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, and a gross negligence manslaughter prosecution against consultant anesthetist Errol Cornish has come to a halt.
Blake Morgan has appointed experienced commercial lawyer and former General Counsel Sarah Bricknell to the newly-created role of Legal Director in its Health and Social Care team.
Driven by austerity, there are changes afoot in the NHS that present significant opportunities for housing associations to work more closely with the NHS in England.
The recent stories of STP plans being leaked by disgruntled local authorities almost makes me feel sorry for the impossible task facing the band of reluctant STP leaders.
No one can say they have not been told now. The NHS Planning Guidance published yesterday makes a number of things very clear.
Organisations in the health and care sector will already be well aware of the importance of data protection.
Research published on 13 April 2016 says that charities have a “legitimate role” to play in the transformation of the health and care system in the UK.
Rachel Gwilliam, Partner in our Construction teams, summarises the new features and upgrades in JCT contracts.
At Blake Morgan, we understand the drivers for integration and are experienced in working on innovative models to deliver integrated pathways.
Many NHS organisations are exploring the possible service and financial benefits of new models for the provision of pathology services. This often involves either the consolidation of services across a number of Trusts or geographical areas.
We offer expertise and specialist advice on developing systems for Primary and/or Secondary Care to support service delivery, developing IT solutions within a compliant NHS information governance environment...