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Health & Safety

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Wound up

Wound up

With stress at work claims on the rise, practitioners need to consider the preparatory work required to win them, says David Marshall
New season, new HIPs

New season, new HIPs

New HIP regulations, combined with important changes in local authority and personal search charges, are set to make this a seismic spring of change, says Andrew Lloyd
The promised land

The promised land

The House of Lords' ruling in Thorner provides a welcome return to orthodoxy in relation to proprietary estoppel, says Mark Pawlowski
Update: police and criminal evidence

Update: police and criminal evidence

Robert Buckland reviews a recent case on confiscation of the proceeds of crime, some of the less discussed parts of the new Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 and the most recent changes to the PACE Codes of Practice
One for all

One for all

The new generic pre-action practice direction will focus attention on compliance while reducing the need for further protocols, says DJ Robert Jordan
Update: charity law

Update: charity law

Moira Protani, Peter Steer and Ian Davies review the lessons learned from Charity Commission inquiries, plus significant cases on social housing and will fraud
Update: crime

Update: crime

Ian Harris and Christopher Gutteridge comment on recent changes to the sentencing of dangerous offenders, the absence of a comprehensive database of statute law and a recent case concerning the defence of 'panic'
How to break the ice

How to break the ice

Brushing up on your networking skills will help you build those all-important contacts, says Jack Downton
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