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December 2016

  • Sean Humber, head of the human rights team at Leigh Day, looks at the lack of political accountability for the current problems in our prisons 23 December 2016
  • Medical negligence solicitor Jessica Holt welcomes new developments in the treatment of prostate cancer 21 December 2016
  • Recent months have seen a tsunami of media headlines around unsafe electrical products, from exploding telephones to the fire risk of certain tumble dryers.  Less well known, however, is the scale of the damage arising from electricity.

    Martyn Allen guest blogs for Leigh Day looking at what needs to be done to improve defective product recall.
      14 December 2016
  • Employment lawyer Shubha Banerjee discusses the new Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations for the private sector 14 December 2016
  • It’s Human Rights Day and, in these turbulent times, human rights are more important than ever. Sean Humber, Head of Human Rights at Leigh Day explains the dire need for human rights at a time of such political uncertainty 10 December 2016
  • Today marks the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery. Shanta Martin pens for Open Justice the uncomfortable truth, modern slavery is rife. The British Government could do much more to facilitate justice for victims and provide legal remedies  2 December 2016
  • Alison Millar and Adam Lamb on the recent football abuse scandal and why all sports could have an inherent problem with abuse 2 December 2016
  • MPs debating this issue is welcome news but what is needed next is Government action to ensure equality. Employment lawyer Alice Ramsay discusses today's House of Commons debate. 1 December 2016
  • Clinical trials specialists Gene Matthews and Romona Harron-Harding look at the development of a new system that can monitor clinical trial reporting activity. 

     

    1 December 2016

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