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Health Legal Update — January 2014 download
This issue includes articles on the CCG Assurance Framework, which sets out the six domains in which NHS England will assess the performance of CCGs.
Compliance will be the watchword for 2014 and beyond. Adhere to deadlines/court timetables and all should be fine.
Two recent solicitors’ claims deal with the consequences of clients failing to read documents.
Twelve months is a long time. It is probably overstating it to say that the profession has seen unprecedented change, but it has been both dramatic and volatile.
This article examines the impact of the Agency Workers Regulations 2010, including a recent complaint by the TUC, which may affect the food sector.
Retail bonds can present not only an attractive alternative or addition to bank finance but also a way to promote stronger links with customers and to engender greater brand loyalty.
Last year was the ‘annus horribilis’ for food, with the horsemeat contamination wiping millions off turnover and stock prices.
The use of zero-hours contracts are on the rise in the food industry, both in the food service sector and in food and drink manufacturing.
M&A activity in 2013 in the food and beverage sector followed 2012 as another year of high-profile transactions, although, at least in the UK, on a reduced scale.
There were developments last month in the ongoing discussions around the need for greater regulation of cosmetic medical devices.
Doctors and social media download
A number of calls are taken each year from doctors and other clinical professionals reporting that damaging information has been published about them.
This article examines some of the different types of claim or medico-legal query Mills & Reeve received in its Claims Handling Unit or out-of-hours service during 2013.
Contractual disputes in sport download
There can be, and often are, disputes between clubs and players regarding the ‘extra’ contractual clauses that are often inserted into contracts.
Football insolvency download
The realities are that in any football insolvency the creditors (including the players) lose out and the players involved are usually at the lower-level clubs.
Shortly before Christmas, the government published its extensive full response to the Francis Report, entitled ‘Hard Truths’.
Match fixing download
Match-fixing cases tend to be messy. They can result in three (possibly four) sets of legal proceedings all running at once.
Pre-contracts in football download
It is common practice for clubs to ask players to enter into pre-contract agreements. However, are such agreements enforceable?
Right to work for sportspeople? download
It is not uncommon for sportspeople to find themselves being ‘benched’ for reasons other than their on-field performance or their off-field behaviour.
The great doping debate in sport download
New research suggests that athletes using steroids for only a short period could gain an unfair advantage over ‘clean’ competitors for up to 10 years.
The drafting of planning conditions download
The thorny issue of the drafting of conditions went before the High Court in R (oao) Teresa Sienkiewicz v South Somerset District Council and Probiotics International Ltd.