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Hempsons wins best legal advisor in LaingBuisson Awards for UK health and care services

Hempsons, leading national law firm for the health and social care, life sciences, charity and social enterprise sectors, has won the award for best legal advisor (public) in the 2016 LaingBuisson Awards. The LaingBuisson Awards recognise and celebrate industry excellence …Read more…

 

First issue of Hempsons’ Social Care Newsbrief available now

Welcome to the first issue of Hempsons’ Social Care Newsbrief, a round-up of some of the hot legal topics in the social care sector. In this issue, Fiona Easton-Lawrence and Stephen Evans explore best practice for care home providers when it comes …Read more…

 

Newsflash: Hempsons and NHS Providers launch joint publication: ‘Governing for transformation: STPs and governance’

Hempsons and NHS Providers launched their joint report on Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) and governance today at the NHS Provider annual conference in Birmingham. The effective creation and delivery of local system sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) is now …Read more…

 

Hempsons publishes Fitness to Practise guide for dentists following changes to the GDC’s procedures on 1 November

Hempsons, the largest specialist health and social care legal practice in the UK, has published a guide to the General Dental Council’s (GDC) fitness to practise procedures, including an explanation of the changes which came into force on 1 November …Read more…

 

Newsflash: Court confirms commission of PrEP is within NHS England’s powers

Summary The Court held that NHS England does have the power to commission Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (“PrEP”). Background The Court of Appeal considered whether it was within NHS England’s power to fund PrEP or whether such a responsibility was more appropriately …Read more…