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Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month
Clinical negligence lawyer, Charlotte Cooper, looks at the problems an abnormal heartbeat can cause
Universal Credit - backdated payments not the end of the story
Ryan Bradshaw debunks the myths around the government's back payments for people with disabilities who have lost out to Universal Credit
Another preventable death from allergies
Lawyer for the family of Owen Carey, Michelle Victor, discusses how Owen died a preventable death after eating a restaurant meal
The roundup on toxic pesticides – regulatory divergence, growing litigation
Tom Short and Jonny Buckley examine the recent Monsanto lawsuits and the implications for UK entities.
Cometh the 'Hour', Cometh the 'Woman'
Employment law solicitor Paula Lee, who represents almost 3,000 Tesco workers in equal pay claims, talks about her recent appearance on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour and why she became an employment lawyer
Paris-Brest-Paris: 1200km bike ride for cake
Cyclist and personal injury lawyer Rory McCarron details the ups and downs of his experience during the Paris-Brest-Paris cycle event
Marchioness disaster 30 years on – have lessons been learned?
On the 30th Anniversary of the Marchioness disaster, consumer safety lawyer Jill Paterson asks whether any lessons have been learned.
Whose jurisdiction is it anyway?
Recent developments in the relationship between Vedanta and the Zambian government has had repercussions on access to justice for the claimants suing Vedanta and KCM in the English courts
University of Iowa Hospital leading the way in BIA-ALCL monitoring
Zahra Nanji, who represents 20 women who have the breast implant related cancer BIA-ALCL, discusses recent developments in the US
Sexual harassment - it's time to talk
Employment solicitor Mandy Bhattal discusses sexual harassment in the workplace
Animals Matter Family Fun Day
Natasha Sherry and Jill Paterson discuss the recent Animals Matter Family Fun Day hosted by Leigh Day