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Stephen Jennings

Posted 12 September 2017
by Stephen Jennings

The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)

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The new General Data Protection Regulation (“the GDPR”) which governs how data is held and processed comes into force on 25 May 2018. Most parks will process personal information and will be able to continue to do so under one…

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Simon Catterall

Posted 8 September 2017
by Simon Catterall

Green Belt: openness is not what it appears

When considering applications for development in the green belt, local planning authorities are meant to ensure that substantial weight is given when considering potential harm to the green belt. Paragraph 79. of the National Planning Policy Framework states that one…

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Leanne Yendell

Posted 7 September 2017
by Leanne Yendell

From Boom to Ban: What did the Kids Company Trustees do wrong?

It has been two years since Kids Company started the dissolution process, but for those once responsible for the charity, the repercussions of its failure continue to reverberate. This week, the former directors of the charity have issued a statement saying…

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Stuart Bramley

Posted 7 September 2017
by Stuart Bramley

How are compensation claims impacting the NHS?

Stuart Bramley, a clinical negligence Partner at Tozers, notes – Every year this topic arises in the press, and every year the figures given are entirely misleading. Defendant solicitors, i.e. those representing the NHS, are obliged to continually provide the…

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Rachael Morley

Posted 29 August 2017
by Rachael Morley

The risks of Lasting Powers of Attorney…?

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You may have seen in the news recently that Denzil Lush, retired judge of the Court of Protection, has warned of the dangers of putting in place Lasting Powers of Attorney (‘LPAs’). He expressed his concerns about the ability of…

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