UK Politics and Government

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UK Politics and Government

Employment law: Not such a quiet year

While 2024 may not have produced many headline-grabbing changes to employment legislation, it has seen numerous reforms. This article highlights changes impacting: taxation; National Insurance; working time and holiday entitlement; flexible working arrangements; the Equality Act 2010.

No substitute for full compensation

February saw the publication of not just one, but two reports making significant proposals for the NHS. This blog sheds light on how the recommendations made could have a profound impact on the future of justice and compensation for people injured through medical treatment or care.

Embedded insurance: Blind to the risks?

The huge excitement sweeping the insurance industry about the potential of embedded insurance is easy to understand. However, in the race to embrace this opportunity, many are in danger of overlooking the risks, reputational and regulatory. Read this article to find out more.

Changes to CPR 44

The Civil Procedure Rule Committee has announced that certain critical amendments to the QOCS rules come into force for all personal injury and clinical negligence claims issued from 6 April 2023. This short blog highlights the latest changes.

Martyn’s Law - The Protect Duty

There have been more than a dozen serious terrorist incidents in the UK within the last six years. In 2022 the Government released details for a ‘Protect Duty’ to be introduced into law. This blog highlights how The Protect Duty will affect premises where qualifying activities take place.