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RadcliffesLeBrasseur receives two healthcare awards

Global Law Experts has awarded RadcliffesLeBrasseur the accolade of Healthcare Law, Law Firm of the Year in England 2015 as part of the 6th Annual Global Law Experts Awards. Shortlisted candidates were judged on client testimonials, key cases, legal rankings,…

Jonny Landau joins our Health and Social Care Team

RadcliffesLeBrasseur is pleased to announce that Jonny Landau joined our team as a Partner with effect from 30th June. Jonny has a wealth of experience in health and adult social care issues having previously worked in the legal department at CQC…

National Minimum Wage and Sleeping Shifts

Regulation 15 of the National Minimum Wage Regulations provides that where a worker who sleeps by arrangement at or near a place of work and is provided with suitable facilities for sleeping, time during the hours they are permitted to…

The Defamation Act 2013

The Defamation Act 2013 came into force on 1st January 2014 and was intended by the Government to shift the balance between free speech and the right to protect reputation, in favour of free speech. In particular the Government wanted…

Responding to CQC Enforcement Action

Many health and social care providers will have noticed that CQC appear to be taking a tougher approach to regulation, and in particular, enforcement. For example, there has been a recent flurry of fixed penalty notices served on providers without…