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Does the law do enough to protect the rights of LGBT people?
After a man was recently 'rejected from London flatshare because he is gay', Nigel Mackay examines whether the laws protecting LGBT people are adequate.
Laser eye surgery: beware the high street salesman
Product liability partner Jill Paterson discusses the lack of regulation in the corrective eye surgery sector
Consumer Safety Law Update – What defect?
Thomas Jervis looks at some of the highlights of Boston Scientific Medizintechnik GmbH v AOK Sachsen-Anhalt case, along with an analysis as to why this is such a major step forward for consumers injured by products in the UK
More evidence of local authorities' disappointing application of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
Care Quality Commission report and Essex County Council and RF & Others
Deprivation of liberty at home – a backward step?
The Court of Protection recently handed down a striking judgment in which it has asked the Supreme Court to ‘reconsider’ whether Article 5 is engaged in the context of deprivation of liberty at home following the landmark judgment in Cheshire West
Discrimination against disabled people in the workplace still common
Employment and discrimination lawyer Emma Satyamurti talks about new research published by Leigh on workplace attitudes to people with disabilities
White goods recalls: it's time to make things black and white
Consumer lawyer campaigner Jill Paterson looks at Coroner Walker's recommendations to overhaul household appliance regulation in the UK