The Government has announced its intention to lift the shielding requirement for extremely vulnerable people. Katherine Sinclair and Libby Hubbard discuss...
TKAT is one of the largest Multi-Academy Trusts in the South of England with over 40 Primary and Secondary Academies. They are committed to providing outstanding teaching and learning to prepare their students for the 21st century with an overarching vision of ‘inspiring learners, changing lives’.
Commenting on the appointment, Chris Whittington (Head of Education) said: “TKAT’s ethos is very much aligned with Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP own values and we’re excited to start working closely with their team in delivering a comprehensive legal service to this significant and exciting multi-academy trust. This appointment helps in further building on our reputation as nationally recognised education law experts, trusted by academies, schools and diocese across the country.”
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The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 has now received Royal Assent. It applies to most companies as well as Limited Liability Partnerships.
The latest development in the long history of sodium valproate was the publication of The Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review today
Failure to provide minimum pension contribution protection following a TUPE transfer can end up costing a lot more than if provision had been made.
More than 700 people were consulted about their experiences of pelvic mesh, Primodos and an epilepsy drug called Sodium Valproate.
Making an application to the Court of Protection to make or change a Will for someone who is not able to do this themselves due to lacking mental capacity.
The online divorce system is a fantastic facility available to both legal professionals and litigants in person.
In a comprehensive judgement, the High Court rejected a challenge by Stagecoach to the procurement of new franchises for the South Eastern, East Midlands and West Coast rail lines.
With lockdown restrictions further lifting on 4 July, charities have a lot to think about.
We have advised a number of families, alongside Ms Ockenden’s review, in relation to concerns as to the care and treatment provided by maternity services at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals Trust.
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