Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Whistleblowing protection and individual liability

Employment lawyer at Simmons and Simmons LLP Audrey Williams examines the possible need to revisit the UK’s whistleblowing model to comply with new EU...

Housing with care a legal view

Partner at CMS Candice Blackwood provides an insight into housing with care arrangements Cost of care for the elderly last year was estimated to be...

Treating providers as partners

Partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP Matthew Wort focuses on the importance of collaboration to ensuring the delivery of high-quality care With many challenges facing...

Sleep-ins a funding crisis for care provision?

Partner at Trowers & Hamlins LLP Emma Burrows examines the results of the law firm’s survey into sleep-ins We all know that care providers commissioned...

Is a homecare package a human right?

Partners at Bevan Brittan LLP Monica Macheng and David Owens focus on the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s approach towards healthcare patients who want...

Technology: the impact on care jobs

As AI and robotics step out of the world of fiction and enter the workplace, are we gearing up for a revolution in care...

New ways to work technology in the workplace

Employment lawyer at Simmons & Simmons Audrey Williams examines how changes in the working environment as a result of new technology are leading us...

Feature: The law of properly… the evolving role of real estate

Healthcare and real estate lawyers at Trowers & Hamlins Kyle Holling and Hilary Blackwell examine the evolving role of the property market and how...

Legal headwinds in 2018

Partner at Simmons & Simmons Jocelyn Ormond outlines some key legal risks for UK investors over the coming year Appetite for UK social care assets remains...