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The Annual Report of the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review makes for depressing reading
Human rights partner Merry Varney assesses the latest LeDeR review
Betrayal of the 'Windrush generation'
Human rights lawyer Jamie Beagent says the Home Office could face a number of legal challenges.
Talcum powder: a hidden source of asbestos exposure
Asbestos lawyer Catriona Ratcliffe discusses a recent US case against Johnson & Johnson concerning asbestos contaminated talcum powder.
International human rights lawyer looks at implications of Leggatt J in Alseran and Ors v MoD
International human rights lawyer Melanie Jacques looks at the implications of the decision of Leggatt J in Alseran and Ors v MoD on the future conduct of British military operations abroad.
No date yet for workers to be hit by Government 'whiplash' reforms
In February 2018, the Ministry of Justice announced that its key reforms will be implemented for those injured in motor accidents as early as April 2019.
The struggle is real, sister
Following her attendance at an event held by the Radio Independents Group, Employment solicitor Kiran Daurka looks at how far we still have to go in the struggle for equality.
Inquests – we know the problems but how do we solve them?
In her second blog, following her evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights, partner Merry Varney details the changes she believes would be the start of reducing the barriers families facing an inquest into the death of a loved one whilst in the care of the State
A bereaved family's human rights at inquests – why Baroness Lawrence must be heard
Merry Varney considers the barriers, which she claims are placed in front of bereaved families when trying to find out the truth of how their loved ones have died whilst in the care of the State, such as psychiatric hospitals or residential homes.
Gender pay gap reporting - Are we really pressing for progress?
Solicitor Lara Kennedy asks whether gender pay reporting is really pressing for progress.