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A short guide to the key COVID-19 legal developments in the health sector

A short guide to the key COVID-19 legal developments in the health sector

In light of the national COVID19 emergency, our health sector clients are under enormous pressure, facing a range of decisions that need to be made at ...

Preparing for the end of lockdown: Webinar

Preparing for the end of lockdown: Webinar

DACB partners, Udara Ranasinghe and James Rhodes discuss the key issues for employers as we prepare for the end of the lockdown.

Preparing for the end of lockdown – key issues for employers

Preparing for the end of lockdown – key issues for employers

With the UK Government considering an “exit strategy” it is now time for employers to start doing the same. Here we look at the possible furlough exit ...

Key COVID-19 legal developments in the health sector: Key Q&As relevant to the health workforce

Key COVID-19 legal developments in the health sector: Key Q&As relevant to the health workforce

Update: We are acutely aware of the efforts that our clients in the healthcare sector (both NHS and independent) are making to deal with Covid-19 and ...

COVID-19: Impact of school closures and other recent developments employers need to know about (Health)

COVID-19: Impact of school closures and other recent developments employers need to know about (Health)

Following on from the Prime Minister’s announcement that schools will close for the majority of pupils today, we look at the options and legal conside ...

Allegations against a doctor of being rude and unmanageable did not amount to “professional misconduct”

Allegations against a doctor of being rude and unmanageable did not amount to “professional misconduct”

Ms Idu was employed by the Trust as a consultant in emergency surgery. A number of allegations were made against her, including that she had failed to ...

EU Settlement Scheme: Helping you support EU staff

EU Settlement Scheme: Helping you support EU staff

The Government has announced that the majority of employees working in the Health and Social Care sector will be able to apply for settled status unde ...

What does a ‘no deal Brexit’ really mean for the health sector?

What does a ‘no deal Brexit’ really mean for the health sector?

With Brexit fast approaching, Caroline White asks what contingency plans are in place for medical supply chains, staffing and health sector funding.

Business Immigration - EU Settlement Scheme

Business Immigration - EU Settlement Scheme

Earlier this year the Home Office revealed details of the new EU Settlement Scheme and has confirmed that it will be fully open by March 2019. The Gov ...

Is the NHS facing a leadership crisis?

Is the NHS facing a leadership crisis?

According to a recent report there is a crisis at the top of NHS management. The relentless pressures of the job mean that the median tenure of a chie ...