“They demonstrate high levels of efficiency and professionalism, complemented by rapid responsiveness, strong negotiation skills and empathetic support.”
“A well respected name in the healthcare field.”
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We support public and independent providers, commissioners and regulators with the following services:
Examples of clients for whom our experienced lawyers act and advise include
“Blake Morgan’s knowledge of the healthcare sector (both private and NHS) was invaluable to us. Their insight allowed them to suggest alternative solutions when we were faced with challenges and their team were always proactive with this approach. ”
NHS Trusts (England and Wales)
|National regulators (NMC, GOC, HFEA, HTA)|
|Clinical Commissioning Groups||NHS England|
|Central Government departments||NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (all Local Health Boards and Trusts in Wales)|
|Commissioning Support Units||NHS Foundation Trusts across England|
|GP & Dental practices (England and Wales)||Primary care developers|
|Local authorities as care providers and commissioners (England and Wales)||Charities and not-for-profit sector providers of care|
|Medical research charities||Social housing providers moving into integrated care provision (extra care and care homes)|
|Mental Health NHS Trusts||Trust Special Administrator for Mid Staffordshire NHS FT|
Our specialist health & care lawyers help clients in a variety of ways. Examples include:
Our employment expert considers some of the further detail of the Supreme Court's ruling to make employment tribunal fees unlawful, the implications this will have for employers and what to take into consideration going forward.
Blake Morgan Partner Simon McCann recently joined forces with the CBI's Head of Government & Healthcare George McFarlane to discuss best practice and guidance on tendering and contracting with central and/or local government. Listen to the recording here.
Blake Morgan, acting on behalf of the Welsh Ministers, has successfully appealed a decision of the Upper Tribunal (on appeal from the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales) in the matter of Re PJ.
The recent Channel 4 Dispatches programme "How to avoid the Dementia Tax" explored the "political hot potato" that is the provision of social care. An increasing number of elderly people are being forced to sell their homes to pay for care fees.
I am surprised that health commentators are surprised at the lack of detail in the STP proposals that have been published this week, what did we really expect?
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.
Whether or not to pay staff in relation to sleep-in shifts is not always straightforward and establishing whether someone is working or not is crucial. Rebecca Ireland and Madeleine Mould explains the law around this complex area.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has recently considered whether previous incidents, which did not lead to disciplinary action, could be referred to in an investigation report that led to an employee's dismissal for gross misconduct.
Coutts, Cushman & Wakefield and Blake Morgan jointly hosted a healthcare economic review lunch at Coutts' offices on The Strand on 13 September 2017 which was attended by a host of clients, operators and advisors.
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...