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Whose lie is it anyway? Not for employer to decide if whistleblowing disclosure is protected
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • United Kingdom
  • May 26 2017

For a whistleblower to benefit from the statutory protections, his disclosure must be protected, i.e., be (usually) about the breach of a legal


Continued Focus on Pricing in the Pharma Sector
  • CMS Cameron McKenna
  • European Union, United Kingdom
  • May 26 2017

Recent announcements by both the UK Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) and the European Commission in relation to investigations in the


The Ball’s In Your Court
  • Clyde & Co LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • May 25 2017

Defenders should seize the opportunity to seek assertive case management of complex negligence claims, following Lord Glennie’s comments in JD v


Spotlight on mental health in the workplace
  • Shoosmiths LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • May 25 2017

This article looks at mental health and the workplace and what steps employers will be legally obliged to take if the definition of disability is met


Whistleblowers and ulterior motives
  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • May 25 2017

This week the English Court of Appeal decision in Beatt v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has confirmed that courts and tribunals will look at


The slow death of the criminal standard in professional disciplinary proceedings
  • Kingsley Napley
  • United Kingdom
  • May 25 2017

“Fairness is a constantly evolving concept. Hawkins J (Memoirs, chapter IV) recalled a defendant convicted of theft at the Old Bailey in the 1840s


Pensions Ombudsman Roundup - Spring 2017
  • Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • May 24 2017

One of the most common complaints to the Ombudsman is how trustees have treated medical evidence when a member has applied for ill-health retirement


Consenting for the Unexpected
  • Clyde & Co LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • May 22 2017

Ms Correia suffered from a painful, recurrent neuroma in her foot. In November 2008, she underwent surgery at the hands of her consultant, Mr Ryatt


Limits on claiming negligent treatment based on Montgomery
  • DAC Beachcroft
  • United Kingdom
  • May 22 2017

In a decision to be welcomed by med-mal Insurers and healthcare providers, the Court of Appeal has rejected a claim that the Claimant did not give her


Paclitaxel SPC bound to fail
  • AA Thornton & Co
  • United Kingdom
  • May 22 2017

The period that elapses between a patent being granted for a new medicinal product and a marketing authorisation being obtained for the product is