Monday, October 25, 2021
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Providing the full picture

The full extent of Covid-19 deaths in care homes in England is to be revealed by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) next week. Mei-Ling...

Significant uncertainties

In-house tax barrister Sarah Woodall and specialist employment lawyer Stephenie Malone, both of Harrison Clark Rickerbys, examine the decision in the Mencap case and...

No jab, no job?

Sybille Steiner, partner, and Joanne Moseley, associate and practice development lawyer, in the employment team at Irwin Mitchell explain what mandatory vaccinations mean for...

The road that lies ahead

Jacqueline Rédarès, senior associate, and Lukas Rootman, partner, at CMS examine issues of health and wellbeing, building and fire safety, and other regulatory risks Managing...

Care homes under the hammer

Sam Sutton, associate, and Natalie Wade, corporate and health partner, at Mills & Reeve discuss the challenges of buying and selling a care home...

Navigating a changing regulatory system

Tim Coolican, partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors, explains some of the proposals being put forward by the CQC and how they are likely to...

Sleep-in shifts: where next?

The Mencap decision has brought into focus the complex nature of the care market. Health and care employment specialists Stuart Craig and Joanna Burrows...

Healthy demand

Candice Blackwood, healthcare real estate partner, and Rebecca Little, senior associate in real estate, of law firm CMS, explore some of the challenges the...

Preparing for change

Jo Moseley, senior associate in the employment team at Irwin Mitchell, provides a guide to what care operators need to look out for this...

Enabling responsible use of technology

Jocelyn Ormond, corporate partner and head of healthcare and digital health, and Hannah Pettit, solicitor focusing on data protection, at Ashfords LLP analyse the...