On 27 July 2017, the Financial Conduct Authority (the “FCA”), announced that by the end of 2021, the FCA will not use its legal powers to compel or persuade banks to submit to LIBOR as they are not comfortable in doing so where there are only a few eligible term borrowing transactions by large banks.
Our experienced team of solicitors provide advice and support on all aspects of health and social care disputes, including property disputes, debt and fee recovery, crisis management and commercial and contract disputes.
At Anthony Collins Solicitors our specialist health and social care solicitors use their extensive sector knowledge to work in partnership with you to help reach workable outcomes to a number of health and social care disputes including:
- Commercial and contract disputes - advising organisations on commercial disputes with third parties such as local authorities.
- Crisis management - advising organisations when dealing with crisis management, including unexpected death of service users and limiting the damage to their reputation during times of crisis.
- Property disputes - advising on landlord and tenant disputes including lease renewal, dilapidation and freehold property disputes such as rights of way.
- Debt and fee recovery - advising on debt and fee recovery disputes with local-authority commissioners.
Our dispute resolution service
Our specialist health and social care solicitors will work you to help you resolve current health and social care disputes and advise on how to safeguard against the potential risk of future disputes. We support our clients with:
- Resolving of disputes.
- Advising on commercial and contract disputes, including contract termination.
- Advising on debt and fee recovery.
- Property disputes, including landlord and tenant matters and issues such as rights of way .
- Advising and supporting organisations with crisis management.
- Safeguarding organisations against future disputes.
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A key feature of statutory payment mechanism is a requirement for employers to issue payment notices & pay less notices if monies are to be withheld from a contractor.
I have just finished watching the lovely Christopher Eccleston on BBC iPlayer’s Come Home (#spoileralert in case you haven’t seen it yet). It’s about a family where, rather unusually, the mother leaves the marriage, her home and most shockingly, her children.
The Regulator of Social Housing has this week published a revised 'Regulating the Standards'.
The Department for Education has approved the setting up of 5 new adoption agencies involving a total of 17 councils.
One of the most important benefits of lighter nights is the improvement in road safety.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has given a Judgement in Ville de Nivelles v Matzak on whether stand-by time constitutes working time under the Working Time Directives.
The Government has announced that it will amend The Universal Credit (Housing Costs Element for claimants aged 18 to 21) (Amendment) Regulations 2017 (the “Regulations”).
Epilepsy is most commonly diagnosed in children and in people over 65. According to the Epilepsy Society “there are over 60 million people with epilepsy in the UK, so around 1 in 100 people.”
The use of a prohibited nerve agent on British soil resulted in the Court considering whether it was in the best interests for personal data to be released for use by the OPCW.
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