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FCA registration is a legal requirement for dental practices offering payment plans to patients. Here's what to consider if buying a practice.
Good Medical Practice 2024: what you need to know from a legal viewpoint. Jordan Laybourn and Dr Tania Francis report.
Two new employment regulations, affecting maternity, paternity, adoption, shared parental and carer's leave come into force on 6 April.
This article explores recent cases related to COVID-19 and their implications on disability discrimination, mask and personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements, and whistleblowing.
The Government’s new five-point package of measures for the immigration system has been given a timeline
The new immigration system comes into effect in April 2024. In this article we look at the key dates for visa holders.
Primary healthcare law experts Justin Cumberlege and Robert McCartney host our first podcast of the year, discussing what the new Provider Selection Regime means for primary healthcare providers.
Helen Claridge looks at the increase in cases where tensions between care providers and the families of service users are escalating to disputes and even placement failures and offeres tips for managing these difficult situations.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published guidance on the handling of worker health data with the aim of providing advice and examples of good practice.
Considerations and top tips for social care providers who are called to attend and give evidence at a Coroner's inquest.
New year, new holiday pay rules: what do the Government’s new Employment Rights Regulations mean for employers?
After initially proposing changes last year, the Government’s new regulations relating to holiday pay and changes to the Working Time Regulations came into force on 1 January 2024. The new regulations contain some significant changes and aim to simplify or consolidate some of the processes for certain categories of workers.
Mounting pressures in general practice are leading to more disputes among partners. Ross Clark and Robert McCartney give some legal opinion on your options if it happens to you.
The Care Quality Commission’s new single assessment framework is getting underway and private healthcare providers are wondering what it means for them.
The Health Care Services (Provider Selection Regime) Regulations 2023 came into force on 1 January 2024. Head of procurement Andrew Daly provides an update on the new rules and guidance.
The Health Care Services (Provider Selection Regime) Regulations 2023 (“PSR Regulations”) will come into force on 1 January 2024. “Relevant Authorities” (which includes ICBs and NHS Trusts/Foundation Trusts, NHS England, local and combined authorities) need to take steps to prepare for the regime for procuring relevant health care services in England.