Social Housing Finance Conference 2023: the key messages
In this insight, we summarise the key takeaways from the Social Housing Finance conference 2023.
British Transport Police successfully overturn decision to allow police officer to keep his job
In this insight, we give an overview of the events of Chief Constable of the British Transport Police) v Police Misconduct Panel and others  EWHC 589 (Admin).
Family Court Disclosure to Regulators
In this insight, we explain the judgment of Re Z (Disclosure to Social Work England)  EWHC 447 (Fam) and its potential effects on future requests for disclosure from the family courts for professional regulators.
Security charging podcast episode 3: pain free charging
In episode 3 of our security charging podcast series, our Capsticks experts talk about how to make your charging project pain-free.
Covert Recordings in Regulatory Proceedings
In the News
Our experts examine the use and admissibility of covert recordings in regulatory proceedings.
Housing Case Law – April 2023
Our team of housing specialists summarises the latest cases and court decisions in one practical update.
The last person standing clause in a partnership deed
We have seen an increase in the number of enquiries from GP practices regarding the inclusion of a last person standing clause in Partnership Deeds. Our experts give tips on how to avoid the “the last person standing” causing any issues in your practice.
Building Safety update – Register your occupied higher-risk buildings by 30 September 2023
The online service enabling the registration of higher-risk residential buildings with the Building Safety Regulator has been launched this month. All occupied higher-risk buildings will need to be registered by 30 September 2023.
NHS Pensions tax: beyond the Budget
The Chancellor is removing the Lifetime Allowance, and the Annual Allowance is being raised from £40,000 to £60,000 from April 2023. In this insight, our experts consider in detail the impact of the Budget measures on the NHS.
The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: What is it and what could it mean for employers?
In September 2022, the Government presented the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill (‘the Bill’) to Parliament. We summarise what this may mean for UK employment law and the potential impact for employers below.
Security charging podcast episode 2: planning issues for security charging
Episode 2 of the Capsticks’ security charging podcast series looks at planning issues in greater depth.
Clinical Law Insight: Spring 2023
We summarise the first preliminary hearing for module 3 of the Covid-19 Inquiry and a major change in the Civil Procedure Rules from 6 April. We also introduce a new section in which we consider upcoming appeal court judgments and significant issues.