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Inquests: Legal aid hope for bereaved families facing the ‘wild west of the law’?
Merry Varney and Caleb Bawdon examine why non-means tested public funding for bereaved families at inquests is urgently needed and what it may mean for families.
Sexual exploitation in supply chains: what can consumers do?
Liberty Bridge and Samantha Freeze discuss what consumers can do to combat sexual exploitation in supply chains.
Cryptocurrencies and their validity in the markets
Kamran Vojdani and Jonathan Garvey discuss the market in cryptocurrencies.
PIP breast implant scandal ruling in French court
Zahra Nanji explains the important French legal case about PIP breast implants and where that leaves women similarly affected in the UK
“Now Dear, Don’t Get Emotional it’s Only Money”
My blog ‘Might I have a Word?’ hit a few nerves. It seems almost without exception, women are a little nervous about starting the pay conversation.
‘Every day is a new battle, and you always lose’: BCA driver reveals the toxic environment working for the UK’s largest used vehicle marketplace
Sam Bridge* worked as a driver for British Car Auctions (BCA) during the UK’s third lockdown. Here, he explains why it’s important to him that drivers are given workers’ status.
Overcoming isolation following a brain injury
To highlight Action for Brain Injury Week, Fiona Huddleston, associate solicitor in our healthcare team, discusses social isolation after brain injury with Ana Maria Heseltine, Occupational Therapist and Care Expert at Bush & Co.
What you should know about the BCA workers’ rights claim
Here, solicitor Gabriel Morrison explains workers’ rights and what it means to be involved in the BCA drivers claim.
Covid public inquiry - what employment issues should be examined?
Employment solicitor Ryan Bradshaw discusses the employment and discrimination issues we think should be covered by the upcoming public inquiry into the covid crisis.
Cumberlege Review: where are we now?
Zahra Nanji considers what progress has been made with Baroness Cumberlege’s recommendations following the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review which reported almost a year ago.
Food safety lessons to be learned from fatal listeria outbreak
Michelle Victor and Charlotte Tapang discuss what still needs to change to keep people safe in the event of an outbreak of listeria.