Sunday, January 29, 2023
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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...

Challenging fee rates

It is imperative care providers understand the consequences of councils setting budgets based on inaccurate assumptions. John Wearing, partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors, explains The...

A workplace issue

Jo Moseley, practice development lawyer at Irwin Mitchell LLP, explains why the care sector must do more to help women in the workplace In the...

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...

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...

Planning system still failing the market

Irwin Mitchell property lawyer Carl Dyer explores the current state of the planning system We are currently seeing regular small scale improvements to the planning...

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...

Child protection needs more rigour

Narinder Singh, specialist in childcare law at Anthony Collins Solicitors, highlights the importance of maintaining a robust child care and protection system throughout the...

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...

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...