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Government announces Lasting Power of Attorney “revamp”

United Kingdom - May 23 2022 Please read my latest blog on Lasting Powers of Attorney: recent key developments before reading the below. Since writing the above, the government…

Lasting Powers of Attorney: recent key developments

United Kingdom - May 16 2022 A Lasting Power of Attorney (“LPA”) is a legal document which allows you to choose who should help you make decisions or make decisions on your…

What are my rights on returning to work after a spinal cord injury?

United Kingdom - May 20 2021 According to the most recent NHS statistics 2,500 people are injured or diagnosed with a spinal cord injury every year. Indeed it is estimated that…

Richard Fox

‘Shecession’: what can be done to prevent the decline of women’s economic empowerment?

United Kingdom - March 19 2021 Last week we reflected on this year’s International Women’s Day theme #ChooseToChallenge and felt the impact of COVID-19 on women in the workplace…

Francesca Lopez, Özlem Mehmet

Professional Negligence and Implied Retainers

United Kingdom - January 19 2021 Usually, the scope of duty of care between a solicitor and a client will be set out in writing in an engagement letter, but there are some…

Jemma Brimblecombe