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Doctors who are subject to a GMC interim suspension should continue to be paid

The Court of Appeal has held that an NHS Trust was not entitled to withhold salary from a doctor.

Ian Pace
Ian Pace Associate

Expenses in the Scottish Courts – new rules

The 2019 Rules apply to actions raised in the Sheriff Court, Sheriff Appeal Court and Court of Session

Expert witness publicly criticised for conduct

A Family Court judge has made public a judgment in which he criticises the conduct of the expert witness.

Morris Hill
Morris Hill Associate

Yaxley-Lennon v Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Constabulary (unreported)

The claimant brought claims against the defendant for discrimination, harassment and breach of Articles 8,9 and 10 ECHR.

Joanna Carty Associate

BLOG: Being a better client - learning about true collaboration

Innovation Director Stuart Whittle looks at how collaborating with suppliers can assist with innovation in his latest blog.

Stuart Whittle
Stuart Whittle Partner

Redundancy pay (and other statutory limits) to rise again

It has been confirmed that statutory redundancy pay will rise from April 2019.

Ben Daniel
Ben Daniel Partner

Brexit in a page - what do I need to know?

A summary of this week's Brexit advancements

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Associate

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