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The government has released its response to the consultation on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, promising to further protections to employees who are victims of sexual harassment, whilst giving employers support to put measures in place to respond to the needs of their organisation, and provide explicit protections from third-party harassment.
Kirsty Odell sets out some of the key stages to buying or selling a practice, which will keep you on the right track for a smooth transition from buyer to practice owner.
The government has published its COVID-19 Response: Summer 2021 (Roadmap) setting out the details of step 4 of the roadmap out of restrictions for England. The restriction are scheduled to be lifted on 19 July 2021. Hempsons' employment law team discuss the guidance.
Doctor employers face ongoing staff management challenges as lockdown restrictions ease. Lucy Miles and Isobel Davis highlight some areas needing consideration.
A Declaration of Trust is a useful tool for independent practitioners to protect valuable property investments and exposure to unforeseen liabilities.
There have been notable changes to employment law in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and some other developments which doctor employers in private practice should be aware of. Lucy Miles and Kalani Bogahalande report.
Welcome to the latest edition of Hempsons' Dental Newsbrief, a round-up of some of the hot legal topics in the dental sector.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have placed unprecedented challenges on healthcare professionals across the world and dentistry is no exception to this.
Intellectual Property is the term that is used to describe things that will be owned by someone but are not physical in nature.
What has the impact of Covid-19 been on the dental market and how will this affect practices going forward?
Covid-19 has had a huge impact on businesses across the country and dental practices are no exception to this.
A recent Employment Tribunal claim has shed light on the extent of the protection offered by the gender reassignment provisions in the Equality Act. This article looks at some of the failings of the employer in that case and highlights some of the things that your Practice may need to be thinking about when it comes to diversity and inclusion.
The regulatory process for recognition of dental qualifications obtained outside of the UK has always proven somewhat challenging.
While many doctors find their businesses suffering in the lockdown, others are planning to set one up. So what do you need to know to be within the law? Read our guidance on the legal considerations that you need to think about if you are setting up a UK healthcare business.
Following the letter of preparedness issued on 22 December 2020, NHS dental practices should be aware of their increased targets for the last quarter of the financial year and the proposed reconciliation and abatement processes for calculating any clawback and deemed activity.