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Insights and opinions on the latest law, legislation and policies.

Breach of healthcare guidelines in clinical negligence claims – guidelines or tramlines?

This recent case demonstrates that guidelines are a practical tool to be used in conjunction with clinical judgement.

Christina Bateman
Christina Bateman Associate
Helping your children buy property

We look at the options available for parents wishing to provide financial assistance to their children who are investing in property.

Sally Cook
Sally Cook Associate

Get ready – Decarbonising heat – 2020 and beyond

We are expecting a Government paper on the range of policy options under consideration to be published early in 2020.

Will my spouse/civil partner automatically inherit if I die without a will?

It is a common misconception that your spouse or civil partner will automatically inherit the whole of your estate if you die without making a will…

Sally Cook
Sally Cook Associate

New pre-action protocols bring clarity for disrepair and possession claims

The New Year has seen two new pre-action protocols come into force.

Sian Evans
Sian Evans Partner

Advance decisions, best interests and the definition of treatment: JK v A Local Health Board

A sensitive and complex case involving the Mental Capacity Act 2005, the Mental Health Act 1983 and the High Court’s inherent jurisdiction.

Richard Jolly
Richard Jolly Partner

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