Our Health and Social Care team has been representing Care England to date in its application and will be preparing the case for the next month’s hearing on 20-21 March.
Joining the 25-strong partnership this month is Jas Tamber, who leads on the firm’s children’s work. Jas has been instrumental in establishing the team’s reputation as among the best in the West Midlands. He is the convenor of the Birmingham Child Care Practitioners Group and a former Hershman/Levy Award winner.
Rated 'fantastic' by Legal 500 2013, Sally Jones moves up to senior associate having joined ACS in 2012. She manages the firm’s Legal Aid contract within the childcare team where she is a senior Children Panel lawyer representing vulnerable children. She also sits on the Birmingham Family Justice Board and Family Business committee.
Partner and head of ACS’s family law team Elizabeth Wyatt said: “Recognising outstanding legal talent is a major part of our commitment to providing the very best legal support to meet the high expectations of our family law clients nationwide.
“Jas and Sally are greatly valued members of our team and have made a huge impact. These promotions are well deserved.”
Anthony Collins Solicitors has updated the National Community Land Trust (“NCLTN”) Model Rules.
Currently, the law doesn’t allow a single parent with a child born via surrogacy to obtain a parental order, leaving their family legally vulnerable.
The national study, Why Asthma still kills, involved a detailed examination of the circumstances surrounding 195 deaths from asthma in the UK in 2012.
Our Housing team are delighted following a formal tender procurement process to have been appointed to three lots under the new multi-million-pound legal services framework for The Riverside Group.
Necrotising Fasciitis, more commonly known as the ‘flesh-eating disease’, is a significant medical condition that requires urgent treatment.
Many of us who have been following the unfolding Inquest, are not surprised that the Coroner found gross and significant failures on the part of those caring for him.
Transferring out of SHPS will not be suitable for every housing association. So what should housing associations do?
In all the action to remove defective cladding, leaseholders have been the elephant in the room. Whilst social landlords might have adopted a wait and see approach private landlords do not have that luxury.
We welcome the Labour Party’s commitment to doubling the size of the co-operative economy. We wholeheartedly support the ambition to grow this vitally important part of the economy.
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