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Ethical practices: investing in ESG

Interest is surging in responsible investing and sustainable financing. CMS partner Mike Delaney provides a legal perspective on what this could mean for the...

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...

Managing and supporting care sector workforces 

Jodie Sinclair, partner at Bevan Brittan, examines how care providers can ensure they are supporting their staff in the best way possible. Throughout the Covid-19...

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...

Caring for employees

Sybille Steiner, partner, and Jo Moseley, professional support lawyer and senior associate, in Irwin Mitchell’s employment team look at how care providers can protect...

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...

Children who lack mental capacity

Partner at Irwin Mitchell Yogi Amin examines deprivation of liberty among teenagers who are aged 16 and 17 The vexed question of when a 16-...

Caring about retirement

There is a broad description between what is referred to as retirement housing and housing with care. Partners at Trowers & Hamlins Kyle Holling...

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...

Liberty Protection Safeguards: what does it mean for you?

Health and care partner Neil Ward and principal associate Molly Sanghera of Mills & Reeve discuss the Liberty Protection Safeguards consultation process and share...