The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published its final advice to help care homes understand their wider obligations to residents, and prospective residents, under consumer law.
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When the Mental Capacity Act was going through parliament, “pro-life” groups argued that the provisions around health and welfare and advance directives would be the prelude to legalised euthanasia.
The Charity Commission has recently published two pieces of updated guidance relating to safeguarding and serious incident reporting.
Jonathan Cox is the head of Anthony Collins Solicitors’ new Manchester office, leading on recruitment and expansion in the North West.
The news that Allied Healthcare is “actively exploring” the sale or transfer of its care and support services means the TUPE implications and risks need to be considered for any would-be buyers.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is pleased to announce its appointment to the UK Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) new £320m wider public sector legal services panel.
Following a recent case, the Court has clarified in what circumstances investigations into abnormally low tenders ought to be conducted.
Calculating holiday pay and entitlement is rarely a pleasure and almost always a chore! It would be wise to review the calculation of holiday pay for term-time workers.
The collapse of Carillion in January this year was a timely reminder that, while the economy as a whole slowly improves, the construction and maintenance industry still faces significant insolvency risks.
Whether or not someone has capacity to make a will has caused much debate, as we demonstrate in several recent legal cases.
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