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Periodical Payments in Serious Injury Claims

Samantha Grose

In Livingstone v Rawyards Coal Company (1880), Lord Blackburn defined compensation in a personal injury claim as ‘that sum of money which will put the party who has been injured, or who has suffered, in the same position as he would have been in if he had not sustained the wrong for which he is now getting his compensation or reparation’.

More NHS screening targets being missed

Sarmad Gassoub

You may recall last year there were serious incidents reported regarding cervical and breast cancer screening programmes, when thousands of women were found not to have been sent invitations.

Data breaches by rogue employees – employers still liable: Vicarious liability applies

John Warchus

The Court of Appeal recently upheld a decision of the High Court that found Morrisons Supermarkets vicariously liable for the malicious and criminal actions of a rogue employee who intentionally damaged Morrison’s reputation by misusing the personal data of almost 100,000 Morrison employees.

NHS Long Term Plan – The Ophthalmic Angle

Sarmad Gassoub

The RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) has just published a policy briefing looking at the proposals from an ophthalmic angle. Sadly there appears to be very little additional targeted support envisaged for blind or partially sighted people despite ophthalmology being the largest NHS outpatient speciality.

Family Mediation – covering everything you need

Sarah French

Generally, the issues you face upon a divorce or separation are threefold: legal; emotional and financial.  Mediation is a bespoke flexible process which can accommodate all skillsets needed to cover these issues.

The NHS Long-Term Plan – The right way forwards?

Sarmad Gassoub

It is a relief to hear the ongoing Brexit saga has not entirely consumed all of the civil service’s time these last two years. This month, the government launched the NHS long-term plan to much fanfare.

What are the benefits of family mediation?

Sarah French

As a family law solicitor and Law Society accredited mediator I regularly assist clients going through a separation or divorce in resolving their financial affairs and/or difficulties in the arrangements for the children.  

Everything you need to know about Lasting Power of Attorneys

Fiona Heald

Record numbers of people are formally assigning emergency decision-making to those they trust with a Lasting Power of Attorney. 

2019 resolutions for selling your business

Thomas Clark

If the festive break has hardened your resolve to sell your business, these handy tips on what to do in advance of a sale may make the whole process easier – and secure you a better price.

Sharp rise in Employment Tribunal claims

Naomi Greenwood

There’s been a dramatic rise in Employment Tribunal claims since fees for bringing an employment claim were abolished in July 2017.

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