Health Legal Update — March 2014: NHS commercial, employment and patient matters

Mills & Reeve has released the March 2014 edition of its Health Legal Update, which includes information on NHS commercial, regulations, employment, patient matters and more.


  • NHS commercial: commissioning
  • NHS commercial: competition
  • Regulatory: list management
  • Regulatory: health investigations
  • Regulatory: criminal offences
  • Regulatory: information governance
  • Employment
  • Patient matters: fertility
  • Patient matters: complaints
  • Patient matters: medical innovation
  • Patient matters: continuing healthcare
  • Patient matters: DoLS
  • Patient matters: assisted suicide
  • Patient matters: Court of Protection and best interests
  • Patient matters: Mental Capacity Act
  • Patient matters: mental health
  • Patient matters: inquests
  • Patient matters: children
  • Patient matters: female genital mutilation
  • Legal process: judicial review

Click on the link below to read the Mills & Reeve briefing.

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