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DAC Beachcroft Snap into Action and Find Claimant Fundamentally Dishonest

DAC Beachcroft Snap into Action and Find Claimant Fundamentally Dishonest

DAC Beachcroft’s casualty fraud team has secured another Fundamental Dishonesty finding against a claimant who sought to claim damages for personal in ...

Enter Sandbox - New CQC requirements for digital clinical triage tools

Enter Sandbox - New CQC requirements for digital clinical triage tools

CQC has published its findings from its first ‘regulatory sandboxing’ exercise, the output of which includes a change in the criteria which providers ...

Real Estate Tip of the Week: Foreign Opinion Letters – Practical Considerations for Landlords

Real Estate Tip of the Week: Foreign Opinion Letters – Practical Considerations for Landlords

A landlord granting a lease to an overseas entity, or to a tenant whose guarantor is incorporated overseas, is well advised to obtain a legal opinion ...

CQC Monitoring the Mental Health Act 2018/19

CQC Monitoring the Mental Health Act 2018/19

On 6 February 2020, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) published their monitoring report on the use of the Mental Health Act 1983 in 2018/19. Although ...

Low Value Protocol claims – should fixed costs or QOCS apply to appeals?

Low Value Protocol claims – should fixed costs or QOCS apply to appeals?

Where personal injury claims are pursued within the Low Value Protocols and the first instance claim is subject to fixed costs, what costs should be a ...

Is The Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill The Answer to Superfast Connectivity?

Is The Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill The Answer to Superfast Connectivity?

The Queen’s Speech confirmed that new legislation is to be introduced to help deliver fast, reliable and secure broadband to millions of homes. And th ...

Employment Matters - February 2020

Employment Matters - February 2020

DAC Beachcroft's Employment Matters focuses on some of the most interesting cases and events occurring within the Employment Law sector.

6 April 2020: What is changing for Employers?

6 April 2020: What is changing for Employers?

Changes to statutory rates and employment related legislation are coming into effect from 6 April 2020.

New Law: Section One Statements

New Law: Section One Statements

From 6 April 2020, all employers will need to take action to comply with new obligations to provide information to their workers.

Brexit: Employment Rights

Brexit: Employment Rights

No changes expected in 2020 to existing EU-derived employment rights.