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The latest edition of The Legal 500 has ranked Mills & Reeve as the fourth best law firm in the UK in terms of the number of top-tier recommendations received.
Reconfiguring services: the NHS download
The law requires commissioners to involve the public when making changes to the provision of NHS healthcare. This is an area fraught with difficulty.
Disapplying the Limitation Act download
Two recent cases focus on the court’s discretion to disapply the Limitation Act 1980 and allow a claim to proceed that would otherwise be time barred.
Fair presentation of the risk download
Insurers may still insist that consumers provide a fair presentation of the risk, but what is fair will be circumscribed by the scope of the new duty under CIDRA.
Robert and Vincent Tchenguiz’s victory highlights the key requirements for any business wishing to collect evidence confidentially and keep it behind the veil of ‘litigation privilege’.
Mills & Reeve’s Manchester office has been shortlisted in the 2013 Northwest Football Awards for its outstanding provision of professional services to football.
After a detailed review of the Riot (Damages) Act 1886, the Commercial Court has arrived at an unsurprising conclusion.
A stricter test of foreseeability download
Mills & Reeve looks at the issue of foreseeability and how case law suggests the concept is approached in relation to PUWER.
Following the judgment in Re A v SLAM, readers should consider the process they follow for deciding whether to admit or discharge patients who lack capacity.
This year, solicitors’ insurance rarely seems to have been out of the legal news. This has largely been down to the changes to the market that will come into effect from 1 October 2013.
Post-Jackson ‘traps’ for the unwary download
The Jackson reforms have been with us for nearly six months now. The procedural changes and the approach of the courts to enforcing the new rules have been met with some trepidation.
In this round-up of recent cases, Mills & Reeve looks at a solicitor’s duty at a mediation, drafting a will for an elderly client, and a limitation claim.
Mills & Reeve partner Chris Belcher has welcomed the Big Lottery Fund’s decision to award £5m to The Silver Line.
A ‘need’ for golf courses download
The case of R (oao Cherkeley Campaign Limited) v Mole Valley DC and Anr is a very interesting read and provides a useful source of guidance on the meaning of ‘need’.
Housings standard review download
This 10-week consultation runs until 22 October 2013.
Development plan policies: Colman v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government download
This case concerns the way in which local development plan policies should be considered alongside other material considerations in determining a planning application.
This recent High Court case concerned an appeal against a planning enforcement notice.
Health Legal Update — September 2013 download
Mills & Reeve has released the September 2013 issue of its Health Legal Update.
Mills & Reeve has been appointed as the main external legal adviser to the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
Mills & Reeve has announced the appointment of Christopher Newell as a non-executive director to the firm.