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Post on 19 Sep 2014
The consultation paper recently issued by the Department for Energy & Climate Change ("DECC") discusses a number of proposals to put the flesh on the bones of the provisions of the Energy Act 2011 and plans for regulations on minimum energy efficiency standards ("MEES") for commercial premises...
Manufacturing
Post on 18 Sep 2014
Patients who have undergone LASIK, or laser eye surgery, may be vulnerable to complications arising from later cataract surgery. The failure of an eye surgeon to take prior LASIK surgery into account before performing a subsequent cataract operation could leave patients vulnerable to lasting...
Medical Negligence
Post on 18 Sep 2014
Michelmores LLP has made two new appointments, strengthening the London office’s Disputes and Corporate practices. Sundip Biswas joins from Ashurst LLP as an Associate in Michelmores' Corporate team in London alongside partners Roger Fink and Joe Whitfield. He will advise on M&A, private equity...
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Post on 16 Sep 2014
This article was first published in Solicitors Journal on 22 July 2014 and is reproduced by kind permission (www.solicitorsjournal.com) There are lots of professions where training requires rotation between different practice areas and being a trainee solicitor is no different. The practice of...
Trainee Blog
Post on 16 Sep 2014
Child Heart Surgery Services to be Retained, Says Review After over a decade of consternation surrounding reconfiguration of child cardiac services, instigated by the Bristol Royal Infirmary Inquiry which concluded in 2001, a new review has stated that all units previously considered for closure...
Medical Negligence
Post on 15 Sep 2014
One of the fundamental questions you need to ask yourself when choosing the area you wish to qualify into is whether you prefer contentious or non-contentious law. Doing a seat in the area which combines the two may help you to understand which comes more naturally to you. This is the upshot of my...
Trainee Blog
Post on 12 Sep 2014
The majority of planning appeals are determined by Inspectors at the Planning Inspectorate (PINS), acting on behalf of the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, currently Eric Pickles. However, a small number of those appeals will be 'recovered' by the Secretary of State so that...
Energy & Renewables
Post on 11 Sep 2014
It is a fundamental part of the conveyancing process - but one which many property professionals (on the receiving end, at any rate) - regard with a certain amount of dread. Replies to pre-contract enquiries. That being said - and looking on the brighter side - those of us that are longer in the...
Real Estate
Post on 11 Sep 2014
Inquests Should Have Been Called For Up To 10,000 Extra Deaths per Year A recent report in The Guardian suggests that up to 10,000 deaths per year are being recorded as being from 'natural causes', when in fact an investigation at a Coroner's inquest would have been appropriate. The findings...
Medical Negligence
Michelmores, Law, Solicitors
Post on 10 Sep 2014
In a bid to raise awareness for its chosen Charity of the Year, Macmillan Cancer Support, Michelmores is hosting the ART4MACMILLAN charity art auction on October 17th. Woodwater House in Pynes Hill will be transformed into a 'pop-up' saleroom, and fine art auctioneers and valuers, Bearnes Hampton...
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