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On 1 April 2019 NHS Resolution began operating a new state indemnity scheme for general practice. This article seeks to outline the Scheme including an overview of the claims process, what is covered and when to contact NHS Resolution to report in potential clinical negligence claims. It also explains the support that will be provided to you if you are named as Defendant in a claim.
Season two, episode four: Prison inquests
Justin Cumberlege provides some guidance on how to address under-performing partners, or conduct issues, in a partnership deed in his latest Practice Management article
Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK) Limited Whistleblowing dismissals - The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld the Employment Tribunal’s decision that an Employee who had made whistleblowing disclosures had not been unfairly dismissed despite making protected disclosures.Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK) Limited. Whistleblowing dismissals - The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld the Employment Tribunal’s decision that an Employee who had made whistleblowing disclosures had not been unfairly dismissed despite making protected disclosures.
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.
In the third of our inquests podcast series, associates Elspeth Rose and Jennifer Hovington give background and advice while discussing the interaction between inquests and civil proceedings.
Welcome to the second of our season 2 inquests podcasts on child inquests
As the flu season ramps up, pharmacy professionals shouldn’t become blasé to the fact that obtaining written patient consent is no longer a requirement, advises Thorrun Govind
The Inquests Podcasts return for a second season and will take listeners through the journey of specialist inquests, giving helpful background and advice. No1 - Inquests in care homes
The new Health and Care Bill published in the summer sets out how the government plans to reform health services and achieve better integration between health and care in England. Ross Clark and Alison Oliver explore some of its key elements and its implications for general practice.
The new Health and Care Bill sets out how the government plans to reform health services in England. Alison Oliver looks as what it will mean in primary care
Announcing the opening of our fifth UK office.
We have launched our COVID-19 inquiry webinar series.
Justin Cumberlege, a partner in the healthcare law firm Hempsons, highlights some considerations when taking on a new GP partner.