CNSGP - What Locum and Out of Hours GPs need to know
We provide an insight into the requirement for out of hours clinics and reliance on locum doctors which has become increasingly necessary.
Housing case law - June 2019 update
Our latest monthly roundup of must read #ukhousing case law.
Health and social care
Court of Appeal gives judgment in Flowers case on overtime and holiday pay
Calculating holiday pay and Agenda for Change (AfC)—read our analysis of the Court of Appeal’s decision in 'Flowers and others v East of England Ambulance Trust,' and the key takeaways for NHS employers here.
Housing and Regeneration in Review: Protecting against a sharp rise in development costs
Ensuring that provisions protecting the quality of units are adequately drafted in development agreements is becoming more critical than ever, as development costs continue to grow exponentially.
Clinical Negligence Scheme for GPs – A Brave New World For GP Indemnity
One of the most significant shifts in indemnity provision within General Practice occurred as of 1 April 2019 when the Clinical Negligence Scheme for GPs (“CNSGP”) was introduced.
Health and social care
Social Housing and Care Homes – Employment Quarterly Update (May 2019)
Over the last few months we have seen the launch of the EU settled status scheme amid continued uncertainty over Brexit, and the publication of the latest gender pay gap reports. Read our latest employment law update for social housing and care homes.
Health and social care
Clinical Law Insight: May 2019
Welcome to the latest edition of Clinical Law Insight, in which we consider developments in clinical negligence claims, inquests and the healthcare advisory sector.
Health and social care
Employers must record workers’ daily working time
The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has ruled that employers must keep records of all hours worked by each worker in order to ensure compliance with the working time limits in the Working Time Directive.
Health and social care
Court of Appeal confirms that inquest conclusion of ‘suicide’ should be determined on balance of probabilities
In the case of Maughan (2018), the Divisional Court determined that the criminal standard of proof (‘beyond reasonable doubt’) is no longer required for a Coroner to return a conclusion of death resulting from suicide.
Top 5 Legal Tips when Buying a Dental Practice
Capsticks’ specialist dental lawyers outline their top 5 tips for you to consider when buying a dental practice.
Health and social care
Court of Appeal rejects appeal against dismissal for improper conversations about religion with patients
The Court of Appeal unanimously dismissed an appeal against an ET decision where a Trust, represented by Capsticks, had dismissed the Claimant for gross misconduct after she initiated inappropriate conversations about religion with patients.
Capital Projects, Development Agreements and Procurement Rules
NHS clients are looking at innovative ways to seek investment in and development of their existing estate and facilities within limited budgets, but previously well-known solutions for these arrangements have been called into question.