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Combatting the senior living shortage

Edell Asquez, real estate partner at Shoosmiths, discusses the case for reform of the senior living housing sector The senior living sector is facing a...

Complying with consumer law

The Competition and Markets Authority has revised its guidance covering consumer law and care home residents’ contracts. Hazel Phillips, partner in the social care...

Addressing staff shortages

Joanne Moseley, professional support lawyer and senior associate in the employment team, and Ben Xu, senior associate in the business immigration team, at Irwin...

How could the Covid-19 inquiry impact social care?

Tim Coolican, partner in Anthony Collins Solicitors’ regulatory team, hopes the Covid-19 public inquiry will be a catalyst for social care reform In May 2021,...

No time to delay

Jo Moseley, practice support lawyer at Irwin Mitchell, advises care homes and their workers not to delay if they wish to claim medical exemption...

Rock and a hard place?

Regulations requiring compulsory Covid-19 vaccination of care home workers and others entering care settings will come into force next week. Duncan Astill, regulatory partner...

Liberty Protection Safeguards: where are we now?

Neil Ward, health and care partner at Mills & Reeve, discusses what we know so far about the Liberty Protection Safeguards, the new scheme...

Devil in the detail

Mei-Ling Huang, partner in Royds Withy King’s health and social care team, examines the Care Quality Commission’s latest strategy to find out what it...

No jab, no job: the clock is ticking

In the July edition of CM Joanne Moseley, associate and practice development lawyer in the employment team at Irwin Mitchell, explained what mandatory vaccinations...

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...