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octubre 2016

Bolstering cyber security in the NHS

Bolstering cyber security in the NHS

Recognising potential cyber threats and implementing the necessary protection is crucial for preventing attacks on the health service.

Leading by example

Leading by example

Workforce reforms feature heavily in Lord Carter of Coles’ recent hospital efficiency recommendations, and the NHS is facing huge pressure to reduce s ...

Casualty Counter Fraud Alert | Court makes finding of Fundamental Dishonesty pursuant to CRP44.16

Casualty Counter Fraud Alert | Court makes finding of Fundamental Dishonesty pursuant to CRP44.16

Helps v Card Factory PLC Proceedings arose out of an accident which is claimed to have occurred during the course of the Claimant's work in 2013. It w ...

Real Estate Tip of the Week: Love thy neighbour - and their light

Real Estate Tip of the Week: Love thy neighbour - and their light

Where a right to light has been or is going to be infringed by development the owner of the right to light is entitled to apply for an injunction to p ...

A guide to IT integration in healthcare

A guide to IT integration in healthcare

As part of DAC Beachcroft's latest guidance on health and social care integration, called 'The Complete Guide to Integrated Healthcare',  Legal Direct ...

TUPE: when are activities fundamentally the same?

TUPE: when are activities fundamentally the same?

   

Breastfeeding at work: employees' rights

Breastfeeding at work: employees' rights

   

Disability discrimination: absence management procedures

Disability discrimination: absence management procedures

   

Subject access requests: disclosure of third party personal data without consent

Subject access requests: disclosure of third party personal data without consent

   

Uber drivers are workers, not self-employed contractors

Uber drivers are workers, not self-employed contractors