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Furlough fraud of £3.5bn

David Ludlow

29.09.2020

In early September the Government revealed that an estimated £3.5 billion of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme payments may have been claimed fraudulently or paid out in error. The scheme, which has been in operation since March, has so far cost the Government approximately £35.4 billion and the fraudulent and mistaken payments are thought to make […]

Employment

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Cauda Equina

Maya Sushila

28.09.2020

Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) is rare and serious condition. It is caused when a group of spinal nerves at the bottom of the spinal cord become compressed. It is a serious medical emergency requiring urgent treatment to avoid permanent neurological damage. For more information please see here.

Clinical negligence

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Cauda Equina National Awareness Day 1st October 2020

Maya Sushila

28.09.2020

Moore Barlow are delighted to be supporting the Cauda Equina Syndrome Association (CESA) under their charity umbrella Cauda Equina Champions Charity (CECC) in the first ever National Awareness Day campaign on 1st October 2020. Cauda equina syndrome (CES) is a little known but devastating condition that absolutely necessitates recognition on a national scale. CES is […]

Clinical negligence

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Covid-19: New Coronavirus Regulations now in force

Katherine Maxwell

28.09.2020

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Self-Isolation) (England) Regulations 2020 came into force in England at midnight. The Regulations confirm and set out the rules regarding mandatory periods of self-isolation following the rollout of the NHS contact tracing app. The Regulations also increase the level of fines for failing to comply with the self-isolation rules to as much […]

Covid recovery | Employment

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Covid-19: Chancellor announces Job Support Scheme

Katherine Maxwell

25.09.2020

The government has been under increasing pressure to extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme which is going to stop providing support to employers at the end of October.  With infection rates of Covid-19 on the rise and anticipation of continued disruption to the economy, the Chancellor has outlined new measures in order to try and […]

Covid recovery | Employment

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Moore Barlow advises Transparity Solutions as they receive significant investment from Beech Tree Private Equity

Moore Barlow

25.09.2020

Dorset based Transparity Solutions, a fast-growing Microsoft cloud specialist, has received significant investment from Beech Tree Private Equity with South East law firm Moore Barlow providing Transparity with legal advice. Transparity Solutions provides a complete range of Microsoft cloud solutions supporting large UK corporates and enterprises. This sector has seen a big growth in demand […]

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Moore Barlow lawyer ranked in global Future Female Leaders list

Moore Barlow

24.09.2020

Top 100 UK law firm Moore Barlow is proud to announce that senior associate, Amandeep Khasriya, has been named as a Future Leader in HERoes Women Role Model List 2020. The HERoes 100 Women Future Female Leader’s list, released by diversity and inclusion network INvolve, celebrates 100 inspirational and high performing women who are not […]

Major trauma

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Covid-19: Government U-turn on work from home guidance

Katherine Maxwell

23.09.2020

In response to the rising number of cases of Covid-19, the Prime Minister outlined new measures in an address to the nation last night to try and tackle the spread of the virus.  Boris Johnson reiterated the points he had made to MP’s in Parliament earlier in the day which included guidance that office workers […]

Covid recovery | Employment

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Fatal accidents – bereavement damages

Matthew Tuff

22.09.2020

Associate solicitor, Matthew Tuff in the Major Trauma service team, explains what fatal accident cases are and specifically bereavement damages. Bereavement damages are intended to compensate a person for the grief caused by the death of a loved one. The government has recently announced that the amount of the bereavement award will increase from £12,980 to £15,120.

Major trauma

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Will COVID-19 lead to a surge in clinical negligence claims?

Victoria Jones

22.09.2020

The NHS is a fantastic institution, and we are all very much aware of the increased demand on its skill and resources which has been brought about by Covid-19. There is the need to treat people who are seriously ill with a previously unknown and not yet wholly understood disease, while working out the safety […]

Clinical negligence | Covid recovery

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Webinar: As the furlough scheme draws to an end, what are your workplace options?

Moore Barlow

Event date: 07.10.2020

As the furlough scheme draws to an end, what are your workplace options? With only a few weeks to go, it is certainly something on a lot of employers mind. Date: Wednesday 7 October 2020Time: 9:00am – 10:00amPresenters: Katherine Maxwell, Partner at Moore Barlow Emma Edis, Partner at Moore Barlow Stephanie Clark, Associate solicitor at […]

Covid recovery | Employment

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Over two years on: ensuring you are still GDPR compliant as an employer

Stephanie Clark

18.09.2020

The 25 May 2020 marked two years since the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into force. Within the UK GDPR is implemented through the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA). Before the implementation of the DPA, businesses were busy making the necessary preparations to ensure that they would be compliant under the new regulations. This […]

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