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In this interview with Adrian O'Dowd, first published in the British Dental Journal in Oct 2021, Chris Morris talks about his time as a dentist, love of travel and the lessons he learned during his 30 years at Hempsons.
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.
We are delighted to announce another outstanding year for Hempsons in The Legal 500. Our team has been praised for its exceptional reputation and high quality of work over the past year.
Hempsons' summary and brief analysis of the latest guidance for NHS dental practices which was issued by NHS England on 13th July 2020.
The judgment of Mrs Justice Knowles last week illustrates potential difficulties dentists may face if a patient lacks capacity.
Hempsons' third update on the impact COVID-19 is having on the dental market
We are in unprecedented and challenging times at the moment and you are no doubt all anxious about the impact that Covid-19 will have on dental practices. Here is our 2nd dental update
Stephen Hooper assesses the latest regulations to explain what is expected of the dental team during the coronavirus pandemic.
We are in unprecedented and challenging times with advice and guidance being issued and updated on a daily basis. What is the impact of Covid-19 on dental practices? Faisal Dhalla and Kirsty Odell outline some of the key issues for dental practices here:
Stephen Hooper appears in the latest issue of Modern Dentist Magazine to take part in their first Forum. The experts give their opinion to a number of questions focused on risk, clinical negligence and malpractice claims.
Winter 2019/2020 edition of Hempsons' Dental Newsbrief.
The Court of Appeal recently considered a case which is of interest to all NHS primary care contractors, and particularly those who provide services under pilot contracts or other temporary contracts which are ancillary to their core NHS contracts, as well as being of general interest from a contract law perspective.
The issue of the self-employed status of associate dentists is also very much a hot topic at the moment – in particular, with a review HMRC has been conducting in recent times and the Employment Tribunal case of Mr A Lynn v. Damira Dental Studios Ltd.
Kirsty Odell and Sana Sadiq explain why due diligence is required when a buyer is planning on purchasing a practice.