Dementia currently affects 1 in 14 people in the UK. Many people will either know someone with dementia, have had to support and care for someone with dementia or have been diagnosed themselves.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is delighted to announce the appointment of five associates in the November 2021 round of promotions.
- Catherine Gibbons – associate; governance and commercial
- Sarah Harnett – associate; employment and pensions
- Alice Kinder – associate; employment and pensions
- Safa Murad – associate; governance and commercial
- Michael Nutman – associate; governance and commercial
Catherine Gibbons joined our governance team in February 2019, based at our Manchester office, and over the last two and a half years has developed a charity governance expertise, including now leading on the governance work for key clients in the North West.
Sarah Harnett joined Anthony Collins Solicitors in 2015, and recent work includes advising local authorities on complex employment tribunal claims, negotiating settlement agreements, advising schools on sensitive internal processes and providing commercial practical advice to clients across the sectors.
Alice Kinder is particularly engaged with the social business sector and leads this work within the employment and pensions department. She is bringing thought leadership at a national level on social mobility and is also a Social Mobility Ambassador for the Law Society of England and Wales. Alice has recently been appointed as Deputy Vice President of Birmingham Law Society.
Safa Murad focuses on governance work for our social housing and social business clients, bringing her charity expertise into those sectors and supporting the charity governance team. Safa has made an invaluable contribution to the team, wider firm and key sectors in which she works.
Michael Nutman, in our governance and commercial team, supports clients through complex transactions, receives excellent client feedback, and has been working to grow key client relationships and lead on key initiatives.
The 2022 Code replaces the NHF Code of Conduct 2012 (the 2012 Code) and sets out the baseline standards that the NHF expects of its member registered providers (RPs).
The High Court has dismissed a challenge by the Police Superintendents’ Association to the closure of legacy public sector pension schemes.
In my recent blog, I said that we would be issuing a series of ebriefings and blogs highlighting issues with the Procurement Bill. This is the first of these.
Contractors and delivery partners are facing a ‘perfect storm’ in many cases with a number of factors directly impacting upon the profitability of their work.
Worker status, like Piers Morgan, is one of those things that we think has gone away and then it pops up again!
We are seeing a steady trickle of decisions focused around the issue of flexible working requests or employer requirements for changes to working patterns (both pre and post the pandemic).
For those of us who have endured a choppy cross channel journey, the mention of P&O Ferries will invoke some nauseous memories.
Successive generations have witnessed seismic shifts in the workplace; post-war it was the return of the soldiers and the impact on working women who had to work in their place.
In this podcast, Puja Desai interviews Kimberley Foster and discusses her experience with counselling. This is a really helpful podcast for anyone who has thought about counselling.