The firm will advise on two of the first key developements, based in the North East and Midlands
The government is seeking 'tangible' examples of dispute resolution from the 'frontline'
The firm advised Northampton General Hospital on the first phase of its multi-million pound renovation works
Michael Imperato highlights the dangers of NHS trusts cutting corners on public involvement in service changes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Philip Henson discusses democracy with Lord Puttnam, who chaired the Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies, following release of its unani
Rights are meaningless if people cannot defend or realise them, the Law Society warns
A survey coinciding with the return of the Overseas Operations Bill to parliament shows the public are owhelmingly in favour of military accountability
The Law Society fears that legitimate foreign business will be adversely affected
There is a balance to be struck between mitigating the risk of injury and avoiding oversized warning signs in public spaces, as Joshua Hughes explains
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