Many of you will have heard the recent news reports of the Supreme Court ruling unanimously in favour of a heterosexual couple who did not want to get married, but sought instead to enter into a Civil Partnership.
On 4 July the DfE issued the final version of Working Together to Safeguard Children (Working Together 2018) which applies to all organisations with functions relating to children across England from 29 June 2018.
As we heard at the recent packed annual PING seminar that VWV held, there is no bigger issue facing the pharma industry than Brexit, and in particular the uncertainty over what will happen from a regulatory perspective.
The recent case of Pfizer Ireland Pharmaceuticals v Orifarm GmbH has resulted in an important decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (the CJEU) on the interpretation of the Specific Mechanism.
EU citizen employees of Pharma & Life Sciences businesses concerned about their status after Brexit should know that the UK government have recently released more details about the application process they will need to go through to confirm their status.
When nuisance neighbours are mentioned, what comes to mind is bonfires when your washing is on the line, noisy parties and shared drives being blocked. However, the nuisance can come from something other than people.
Early in 2017, Care UK, which operates the Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre identified that a group of patients operated on by one of their surgeons, Mr Oliver Schindler, appeared to be experiencing a prolonged recovery from hip replacement.
The amendments to the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (the Act), introduced by the Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act 2009, set out the current process used to deal with payments in construction contracts.