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The regulations required to make Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs) a reality have been laid before parliament.
The case of Cifci and Others v Erbil and Others (2012) emphasised the importance of good administration in evidencing governance decisions.
The last couple of months have seen some interesting decisions made by the Information Commissioner’s Office.
In November 2012, People Can, a charity employing around 300 people, went into administration after being overwhelmed by a pensions deficit of more than £17m.
This briefing is intended to cut through the pages of small print and to see where CCGs will stand in the new world order when it comes to planning and securing services for patients.
On 15 April 2013, Working Together to Safeguard Children (2013) came into force. This document should be complied with unless exceptional circumstances arise.
Patients First and Foremost, the government’s initial response to the Francis Report, was published just before Easter.
The court’s jurisdiction to make a NCPO against a solicitor who had acted under a CFA without the benefit of ATE insurance has been the subject of two recent Court of Appeal decisions.
Henning Berg’s recent ‘win’ in claiming £2.25m compensation from Blackburn Rovers was a concerning insight into corporate governance within that club.
Awards of damages in three recent cases provide powerful ammunition for insurers when seeking to reduce their claims exposure.
This is a time of significant change for the profession’s regulatory framework, with economic pressures affecting large and small law firms.
What can we predict about future claims trends as a result of the Jackson changes?
The Jackson reforms, as recently enacted by the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, have fundamentally changed the litigation funding landscape.
Two new acts were passed by Parliament in April 2013 that, when brought into force, will largely complete the Coalition’s programme of employment law reform.
Employment Post — Spring 2013 download
The Spring 2013 issue of Mills & Reeve’s Employment Post is available now.
Case considers whether planning application, which itself proposes a ‘below the EIA threshold’ development, must be treated as part of a wider project.
Many local authorities have come to appreciate the particular financial dynamics of large strategic sites.
Complying with the NHS (Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition) (No 2) Regulations 2013 ('Commissioning Regulations') download
Requirements for NHS commissioning and procurement strategy.
The Jackson reforms should make unless orders a thing of the past.
One of the most common queries from disappointed bidders is: ‘How can I get hold of the documents? I need to know whether it is worth bringing a claim.’...