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Post on 23 Jan 2015
'Top 100' law firm Michelmores LLP has been recognised in The Lawyer's 'Top 20 cases of 2015', acting on behalf of York Global Finance in relation to the administration of Lehman Brothers International (Europe) − one of the largest international disputes of this year.  The firm's Banking,...
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Post on 22 Jan 2015
'Top 100' law firm Michelmores has strengthened its Real Estate team with the appointment of property law specialist David Howe, who rejoins the firm as a partner.   David previously headed Michelmores' Real Estate team for five years, prior to completing a sabbatical year in 2014. He returned to...
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Post on 7 Jan 2015
The South West's largest corporate charity run organised by Exeter law firm Michelmores, is calling for sponsors to boost fundraising in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.  Now in its 16th year, the Michelmores Charity Run attracts 1,000 runners and raises in excess of £20,000 for a chosen charity.  ...
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Post on 23 Jan 2015
  As investigations continue into alleged failures in paediatric cardiac surgery at Leeds General Infirmary, the revelation of a senior paediatric neurologist abusing drugs before going on call at the hospital has raised further questions over child treatment. The paediatric neurologist Dr Colin...
Medical Negligence
Post on 22 Jan 2015
On 13 January 2015 the Government published a response to their consultation on options for the mechanics of directing apprenticeship training payments away from FE Colleges direct to employers. There was no clear preference for either of the options floated, but a restatement that giving employers...
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Post on 21 Jan 2015
Doctor Describes Death as One of the 'Most Distressing Events' of His Life On the second day of the Inquest, a consultant at Bristol Children's Hospital, where 16-month-old Isabella Janew died following a heart procedure, has told the Avon Coroner how the child's deterioration had come as a '...
Medical Negligence
Post on 20 Jan 2015
Whilst we await final information on the financing of Hinkley Point C, expected in March, the project is set to become one of the largest infrastructure projects in Europe and is starting to shape the future of many services industries in the South West. Being just the first of up to 10 new nuclear...
Energy & Renewables
Post on 20 Jan 2015
The Inquest into the death of Isabell Janew is underway at Avon Coroner's Court, Flax Bourton. The Coroner has heard evidence from Isabella's parents and treating staff from Bristol Children's Hospital where she died. The Inquest is expected to conclude today. Isabella Janew Isabella, from...
Medical Negligence
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Post on 19 Jan 2015
Case Update Das v Ayrshire & Arran Health Board [UKEATS/0021/14] Background Compensation for discrimination is based on the loss the claimant has suffered. This involves a degree of speculation, as the Tribunal must decide what would have happened had the discriminatory act not taken place....
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Post on 16 Jan 2015
Laurence Vick, head of Clinical Negligence at Michelmores, has produced a two-part blog for the health and social care policy think-tank Centre for Health and the Public Interest. The first covered the wider issues arising from the cataract surgery outsourcing scandal at Musgrove Park Hospital; the...
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