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Winner – Best Healthcare Law Firm – UK – International Life Science Awards 2018

Finalist – Legal Advisor of the Year (Public) – HealthInvestor Awards 2018

Finalist – Legal Advisor of the Year (Public) – HealthInvestor Awards 2017

 

Winner – Healthtech Lawyers of the Year – UK – Biotechnology Awards 2018

Winner – Best Healthcare Law Firm – UK – Biotechnology Awards 2017

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Winner – Best Healthcare Law Firm – UK – Biotechnology Awards 2016

Hempsons -2016 Biotechnology Awards (BI160027) Logo winners

Winner – Charity Sector Governance lawyer of the Year in England – 2018 Global Law Experts

Winner – Charity Sector Governance lawyer of the Year in England – 2017 Corporate Intl Global Awards

Charity Sector Governance 2017

Finalist – Best Professional Services Advisor – Care Home Awards 2018

 

Winner – Best Professional Services Advisor – Care Home Awards 2017

 

Care Homes Awards 2017

Finalist – ‘Legal Advisor – Public’ – LaingBuisson Healthcare Awards – 2017

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Finalist – Legal Team of the Year – General Practice Awards 2016

 

 

 

 

 

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Trust Matters

“Trust Matters”. These are the bywords of the Charity Commission for its recent report on public trust in charities, issued in July.

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Case law update: Multiple Defendants and QOCS

The lead Judgment in Cartwright is a barrier for successful Defendants who wish to recover the costs of defending personal injury claims. Lord Justice Coulson upheld the Cost Judge's decision that that sums payable under a Tomlin order by D1 to the Claimant were not covered by CPR r.44.14(1).  On that basis, the successful D2, Venduct, could not recover their legal costs from the damages paid by D1 to the Claimant under the Tomlin order. Unfortunately for Defendants, settlements reached under CPR r.36 are not covered by the QOWCS regime either.

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